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Adventures in the Mainstream
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Adventures in the Mainstream

Written by a father about two years in the life of his son who has Down Syndrome during the time when he’s transitiong from high school to work.

Greg Palmer, an award-winning writer and producer of PBS documentaries and plays for families, chronicles two of the most important years in the life of his son, Ned who has Down Syndrome - the time when he's making the transition from high school to work.

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