June 7, 2012
By Aleigha Lykins BRONZE, Louisville, Kentucky
Aleigha Lykins BRONZE, Louisville, Kentucky
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I can't change that he has Special Needs, but one thing I would change is how people think of him. I'd tell them: Judge him as a whole person, not just the person you see. Treat him with respect, and accept him for who He is. Most important, just be his friend. After all, He would do the same for you. Having a brother with Special needs has changed my life... My life is now brighter, my life has become more wonderful & my life has been filled with Love

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my little brother Isaiah is 11 he is diagnosed mentally retarded this is basically about the way people look at him and the way they should .

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