PSA Reveals The Word You Shouldn’t Say To Someone Whose Baby Has Down Syndrome


An eye-opening PSA is shedding light on the experiences of young people with Down syndrome and their parents.

Titled “The ‘S’ Word,” the video is part of a campaign from the Canadian Down Syndrome Society called “Anything But Sorry.” It focuses on educating people about the appropriate way to react to the birth of a baby with Down syndrome.

The “S word” in this situation is “sorry.” In the video, individuals with Down syndrome suggest various things you can say to parents who’ve welcomed a baby like them.


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