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Down syndrome didn’t stop Sara from dreaming of going to college, and with the help of CHOP’s Trisomy 21 Program, she is now living her dream.
Neva, an 11-year-old with Down syndrome, is confident, full of joy and ready for anything, with the support of her family.
For 15-year-old Eve, every day is a new adventure and she can't wait to see what's next: fashion, sports or travel.
When Brody was born, his parents were shocked to learn he had Down syndrome. Today, they've learned to embrace the unexpected with their 12-year-old son.
Over the past few years, Audrey has met all her milestones — and now she is preparing for the 2019 CHOP Buddy Walk®.
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.
The team from CHOP’s Center for Pediatric Airway Disorders gave Mason what his parents had been told was impossible: breathing without a tracheostomy tube.
Rosie was born with Down syndrome and later developed alopecia (hair loss), and she doesn’t try to hide her differences — she embraces them.