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Column: 'Mummy, tell me the story again of how you made my brother blind'
Ireland does not recognise deafblindness as a distinct disability, writes Hesline Crawford.
Voices
Column: 'I have been asked if I mourn the healthy, normal son that I could have had'
There is still the belief that having a disability means that you are only half the person that you could have been, that it is not ‘normal’ and should be ‘cured’, writes Hesline Crawford.