Itsmikki Studio – The inspirational studio writer

The home of Itsmikki Studio is finally here. After 9 years of not blogging that long, I finally take step closer to a higher challenge is to face the public relations.

Hoping someday that I will find more answers to my questions where I am embarking a new journey with full of surprises. What is more waiting for me is to get a whole of audience out there and be inspired of my writings.

I am not so-good-writer you could tell about. But I am willing to learn more in the field of languages including English, of course. I could tell this studio will open more categories and posts about the home-wide studio.

Why Itsmikki the name I choose?

After 9 years of being happiness is not close to a big deal, it is not the name I bring. But of course, there will be another production of more stories to come. Itsmikki Studio is now officially a home of my collection that I will make short stories, art and literature, and of course, the production of character designs and backgrounds as well. (Read furthermore of About Mikki).

A studio will open more surprises of adventure, horror and other stories as well. Just read and tell what is in your mind. You will read other my unique short stories that I will feature in my site. Just be careful with the term of down syndrome. Because I am the owner of the site which it is happened to be that I have down syndrome. Be polite to question about me. Try me to talk in a typical way and engage me in a friendly conversation. Be patient and give time to absorb what I am saying. And treat me with respect also.


Myth: Down Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder. Truth: One in every 800 to 1,000 births is a child with Down Syndrome, representing approximately 5,000 births per year.

Myth: Most children with Down Syndrome are born to older parents. Truth: Eighty percent of children with Down Syndrome are born to women under 35 years of age. However, the incidence of births of children with Down Syndrome increases with the age of the parents.

Myth: People with Down Syndrome are severely retarded. Truth: People with Down Syndrome have an IQ that falls modestly in the mild to moderately retarded range. Children with Down Syndrome are definitely educable, and educators. Researchers still do not know the full educational potential of people with Down Syndrome.

Myth: Most people with Down Syndrome are institutionalized. Truth: Today, people with Down Syndrome live at home with their families and are active participants in the educational, social and recreational activities of the community. They are integrated into the regular education system and, as adults, are living in group homes and other independent housing arrangements.

Myth: Parents will not find community support in bringing up their child with Down Syndrome. Truth: The Down Syndrome Association of the Philippines was founded to initiate, develop, promote, encourage and support programs and projects for families of children with Down Syndrome.

Myth: Children with Down Syndrome must be place in separate special education programs. Truth: Children with Down Syndrome can be mainstreamed into regular academic classrooms across the country. In some instances, they are integrated into specific courses; while in other situations, students are fully integrated into the classroom for all subjects. The degree of mainstreaming is based on the abilities of the individual; but the trend is for full inclusion in the social and educational life of the community.

Myth: Adults with Down Syndrome are unemployable. Truth: Around the world, businesses are seeking young adults with Down Syndrome for a variety of positions. People with Down Syndrome bring to their jobs enthusiasm, reliability and dedication.

Myth: Adults with Down Syndrome are unable to form close interpersonal relationships leading to marriages. Truth: People with Down Syndrome date, socialize and form on-going relationships. Some are beginning to marry. Women with Down Syndrome can and do have children, but there is a 50% chance that their child will have Down Syndrome. There is one documented instance of a male with Down Syndrome who has fathered a child.

Myth: People with Down Syndrome are perennially happy. Truth: People with Down Syndrome respond to positive expressions of friendship, and are hurt and upset by inconsiderate behavior – just like ordinary people.

Myth: Down Syndrome can never be cured. Truth: Research in Down Syndrome is making great strides in identifying the genes on chromosomes 21 that affect Down Syndrome. Scientists now feel strongly that it will be possible to improve, correct or prevent many of the problems associated with Down Syndrome in the future.

Pray for me for my upcoming projects that I will make soon in my site as well to promote the awareness to my Itsmikki Studio.

Have a reading day!