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PostSubject: `Helping Hands` award for a special Dunboyne schoolgirl   Wed 2 Apr 2008 - 12:12

The Meath Chronicle (Ireland) -

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WHEN Katie Gaynor was born with Down`s Syndrome eight years ago, her mother, Mary, was told not to expect too much from her daughter`s future intellectual development.

That was a verdict she was not willing to accept and she set out to prove the medical profession wrong. Not only has Katie progressed, but she has astounded her mother and wider family, teachers and classmates with the rate of that progress.
It has now all culminated in the Dunboyne schoolgirl`s achievement in winning the Down Syndrome Ireland Helping Hands Award, designed to celebrate the achievements of people with Down`s Syndrome...

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