This is what a woman with down’s syndrome chose to do – when nobody hired her for work
Discrimination on the grounds of a disability can push many into feelings of worthlessness. Not one to give up, when Collette Divitto, a Clemson University graduate was refused jobs on the grounds of discrimination as she had Down’s Syndrome, she chose to start her own baking business. We bring you her inspiring story.
1 About Collette Divitto
Collette Divitto is a 26 year old Clemson university graduate who has Down’s syndrome. Life has not been easy for her due to this ailment and she has been facing a lot of discrimination, people’s rebuke and opinions since a long time. Somehow even though potential employers had liked her qualification, she was always rejected on the grounds of “not fitting in” with the organisations requirements. It is another matter that she has not accepted her disability and its limitations, which kept her going.