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Degenerative Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

Cognitive Disabilities

  • Open or Close Paul T E Cusack*

    Independent Researcher, Canada

    *Corresponding author: Paul T E Cusack, Independent Researcher, Saint John, NB, Canada

Submission: June 14, 2018;Published: July 19, 2018

Volume1 Issue5
July 2018


Upon being asked to submit a brief review to this journal, I, at first, thought I had nothing to contribute. Then I realized that for the last 8 months (since October 6, 2017), after having been in a hospital for 2 months, I have had the opportunity to live with several persons with cognitive disabilities. My “roommates” all older than I am at 51, have Severe Autism; Down’s syndrome; brain tumors; and Cerebral Palsy. I’ve noticed after these 8 moths of daily living together, that these people with disabilities have superior characters to so-call normal people. When I think of these people I went to university and school with; played sports with; or worked with, I did not have to worry about what my new-found friends were scheming. They don’t scheme like the normal people do.

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