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Kat Abianac

Kat is a writer and a passionate advocate for inclusion in the media and advertising. She has two children, one with Down syndrome. Use the 'contact us' tab on this site to request her media kit or to get in touch. You may republish content from www.parkermyles.com on your own site, provided a pingback is made to her original article and she is fully credited as author.

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What Your Child With Down Syndrome Might Do

By Kat Abianac / February 18, 2016

It can be a scary place, the first moments after your child with Down syndrome enters the world.  There are no guarantees in life. Having a great love, following a true passion, having a child.. it’s all a gamble. You won’t always take the most worn and travelled path as you create your own life story.. […]

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Madeline Stuart will walk runway during Fashion Week 2016

By Kat Abianac / January 24, 2016

Is Madeline Stuart still modelling? Not only is she stronger than ever with a combined social media following of over 600,000, she is booked solid with engagements, modelling work and travel right through 2016, according to her itinerary! After a huge 2015 in which she turned 19, traveled overseas extensively and was awarded Model of […]

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The 8 Most Googled Questions About Down syndrome- Answered

By Kat Abianac / December 20, 2015

This is a compilation of the top 8 most Googled questions about Down syndrome. I’ve added accurate, up to date resources to each, and answered the questions. Please don’t mistake me for a paediatrician or a genetics expert. You’re not going to get overly formal answers to the Google searches in the blog below. I’m not […]

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You Know You’re A Special Needs Parent When…

By Kat Abianac / November 8, 2015

You know you’re a special needs parent when… You pack exact required change for 2 chocolates from the hospital vending machine while waiting for an ambulance. You own more snot-suctioning devices than is either reasonable, or anticipated. Your invitations to BBQs and get-togethers dry up. You have a hospital bag, toy bag and food bag […]

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An Open Letter To NW Magazine On Using The Word ‘Retarded’

By Kat Abianac / October 15, 2015

To NW Magazine, I follow your page, with a quarter of a million other people. Today, you casually reinforced to that audience it’s acceptable to call someone ‘retarded’ as an insult.       Don’t get me wrong, I love Judd Nelson and Breakfast Club was an epic movie in its time. But previous usage […]

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