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Hayley Goleniowska gets behind ‘Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow’

August 11, 2016

Watch this video broadcast promoting Jarlath O'Brien's new title.

Hayley Goleniowska, founder of Downs Side Up, the campaigning and resource-sharing hub for parents of children with Down’s Syndrome, has uploaded a video as part of her nightly live broadcasts on her dedicated Facebook page in which she promotes and discusses the content of Jarlath O’Brien‘s recently published title Don’t Send Him in Tomorrow.

You can watch the video here when logged in to Facebook, and you can take a look inside Jarlath’s book here.


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