“I work with children with special needs– many of them have autism or down’s syndrome. One child who I always remember…
Posted by Humans of Bombay on Saturday, December 26, 2015
“He would repeat everything that he heard. I spent almost my entire day with him for many years, trying to get him to answer questions instead of repeating them.”
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“After all these years he no longer needs me and even though I’m very attached to him– it’s time for him to move on independently,” she said.
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“He said, ‘Mrs. D’mello, I’m terrified of going into high school alone.’ I just smiled and told him he was ready and that was the end of our journey together but the beginning of his very ‘special’ future.”
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