I'm tired of people confusing understanding with having free reign to do and say whatever. Being considerate and understanding does not mean allowing one to get stomped on and letting the other person do the stomping with no correction because they have a disability. When you have a child and they do something wrong, due to ignorance or problems communicating, you correct that child in a way they understand so they dont do it again. You dont let the child keep doing the same thing, being rude or inconsiderate for example, simply because he or she is a child and doesnt know any better. You end where I begin. I expect a certain level of respect, regardless of race, creed, sexual orientation, gender, or disability, which I will give back. I have had experience with children with Down's syndrome who hit other children while playing or roughhousing and were corrected by the parent. The parent didnt let the child continue with the behaviour just because the child has a disability. Respect, equality and understanding transcend any limitations and go both ways. I hope all of you are as understanding of my point of view and my position as you request I be of yours.