Hi, didn't know this board was here. GREAT! anyway here is my questions. First off I have worked the past 15 years as a physical therapist assistant mainly with our special needs population. So I am very familar with different disabilities, etc... I feel very strongly when my daughter ask a question about some one I should answer it then and there not hush her up and try to pretend I didn't hear. At this point she is never rude. She is only 5. At times I wish I could refer her directly to the person. Example, we were at City walk making dinner ressies and the lady had an amputated arm. I didn't even notice, but DD did and asked and wanted me to look. I just said to her Rachel, as I have told you before all of us are created different. I really didn't know what to say, I didnt' want to say due to an accident don't think she is ready for that. But I really wanted to walk back to the ressie place and ask the girl how she would have liked me to handle it. I know people with disablities do get stares, I am guilty of it too but it usually because I find their equipment neat, different areas use different stuff. So what is your view point with children who are curious by nature and generally want to know?