Growing up is difficult enough to do when you have all of the normal challenges in life to deal with. However, when you throw in a disability that can be as psychologically and socially difficult to deal with as face blindness, it can make those challenges far greater. This list will be a place for kids to share thoughts, ideas, experiences, and feelings about living with prosopagnosia.
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The primary list owner of the Face Blind Kids list is Glenn Alperin. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org He is interested in this topic of discussion because he, himself, is faceblind.
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