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During my sophomore year of high school teachers would tell me that I needed to start looking for a major I was interested in They would ask me what I was interested in and if there was a specific profession I wanted to be My answer would always be I have no idea what I want to be when I am older I do not know was my answer until the summer going into my junior year One little girl came into my life and left an impression in my heart forever The impression she left in my life led me to choose my college majorAs I walked into my cheerleading gym I glanced at our bulletin board and noticed a bright green paper newly tacked on The headline on the flyer was New ATL Special Needs Cheer Team When I read those words I immediately began to smile I ran to find my coach to ask how I could help out with this team My coach Reed told me to come to the gym early on Sunday to meet the team I was so excited and I could not wait to meet the children and begin working with them When Sunday rolled around I came to the gym and met the team Their disabilities were all unique such as Down Syndrome Autism and paralysis We began practice by learning names and playing a game to see how each individual interacted with others Some of the children were very social and enjoyed playing with others while others refused to interact with other children However the more practices the children attended the more comfortable they became with others During the first four practices I would work with a different child and learn about their disability Then during the fifth practice Reed assigned us to be a buddy to one individual I looked on the list and my buddies name was Marin After I received Marin
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