'Grey's Anatomy' star Caterina Scorsone talks Down syndrome advocacy and her daughter

The actress discusses the beauty behind differences and what she's learned from her daughter, Pippa.
3:04 | 10/22/20

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Transcript for 'Grey's Anatomy' star Caterina Scorsone talks Down syndrome advocacy and her daughter
This little baby whose whose life trajectory I didn't understand. Force me to. Reconfigure. Everything else including my house at La. You know until people in my life in myself. Because it didn't know how old. The low was gonna look between me and being like the beginning of life for me and and rebirth for me islands harbor I had the opportunity to play. Rediscover. Angry about what my life was her life. Is what everything's gonna play and it and it actually. Been in two. Life becoming so much more texture and so much more colorful and so much more appreciated. And it never did before because if you think I have time and considered him that's one reason that I think. I think it be my. Parents who kids with differences and by people who have different it is so important and visibility so important because. There are so many assumptions that are culturally give into that. Everybody that was that look and be a certain way. And making it got everything directed perspective. That and strata flying human value. In every. Arena wishing for a particular child. Instead of being curious about the meaning being. It is born to you know is media paradigm and screaming that we need to get me. So that we can search learned how to love each other and also learned how to love ourselves looking back now and amount of information. Happened on countdown it's astounding to me one of the planet big pieces of midnight. When you received my diagnosis that as an unexpected and I'm just get out content in the dance and the families that have similar diagnosis or indictment has been. You can really June I'm. Because thinking when it first and enhances this like worry about isolation. And worry about my own need look different from other families what is this community. When you search connected to community. T other families who really happened kitchen dance parties. The more we can find an interior kill it that's going to banned from making us. Martin. We'll. I'm learning you. Really need. In we'll give them a short time. Yeah I know. Conversion.

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