@I_am_Ortega’s brother has Down syndrome. In this personal story, she writes about her difficult relationship with him, and the responsibility and guilt that comes with being a caregiver to a disabled sibling
The subject for this week’s #Zikokowhatshesaid is Tobiloba Ajayi, a Nigerian woman living with cerebral palsy. She talks about growing up without knowing she had a disability, finally realising when she starts school and the emotional stress she dealt with alone.
“Life was already so difficult for me, so I couldn’t imagine the reality for my baby boy with Down syndrome.” These five Nigerians shared what it’s like being caregivers to People Living With Disabilities.
Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in: