Dolls With Down Syndrome May Help Kids

When Desi McKenzie's oldest daughter was 3 years old, she bought her a "My Twinn" doll designed to look just like her. But with her second child, Aubrey, McKenzie could only wish for a doll that had features matching her infant's. Aubrey has Down syndrome. McKenzie, who lives in Mililani, Hawaii, never found such a doll while Aubrey was a toddler. Though Aubrey is now 10, McKenzie was overjoyed to recently learn that a few doll makers in the United States and Europe are fulfilling her dream....Full Story
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