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Activities may be a bit harder for Kendall, 2, who has Down syndrome, but he's determined to keep trying to succeed.
Julianna is living a semi-independent life in Phoenixville, working as a barista and taking Zumba classes — and not letting Trisomy 21 hold her back.
Every day is a new adventure for Aidan, a 1-year-old with Down syndrome who embraces each new challenge with a smile on his face.
Rosie was born with Down syndrome and later developed alopecia (hair loss), and she doesn’t try to hide her differences — she embraces them.
Now 18 months old, Regan is a happy, silly baby who enjoys playing peekaboo, looking in the mirror and snuggling her baby doll.
Hazel is now a high-spirited toddler, a sharp contrast to the early-term baby who was born with Down syndrome and a congenital heart defect.
Born with Down syndrome, Emilio's breakthrough happened when he learned to write his name, count to 10, and draw "some really neat pictures at school.”
Kate, 18, doesn’t let anyone stop her. Born with Down syndrome, she is a member of the National Honor Society, a cheerleader, and a volunteer at a local food bank.
Born with Down syndrome, Evan has been treated at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia since he was a baby. His family shares how that care has made a difference in Evan’s life.
Meghan was born with Down syndrome and was one of the first patients to come to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia's Trisomy 21 Program. Read her story of upbeat perseverance.