Down's Syndrome Videos
Sock business is booming for man with Down syndrome
John's Crazy Socks is less than six months old, and it's starting out on the right foot.
Heartwarming Twist on the Beloved Holiday Classic 'The Nutcracker'
A ballet festival in Rhode Island featured a girl with Down syndrome in their production.
Woman With Down Syndrome Inspires Others With Successful Cookie Business
Collette Divitto, a 26-year-old woman with Down syndrome, runs her own cookie company in Boston.
Mother Fights for Children With Special Needs After Sending in Casting Submission for Son With Down Syndrome
Find out what happened when baby Asher Nash's mother launched her own campaign to advocate for kids born with special needs.
Atlanta Mother's Advocacy for Her Son Puts Spotlight on Issue of Diversity in Advertising
One mom spoke out when a modeling agency for a kids' clothing company rejected her son with Down syndrome.
Mom's Moving Story Shines Light on Joy of Having Child With Down Syndrome
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7-Year-Old Girl Tells the World That Down Syndrome Is 'Not Scary'
In an inspiring viral video on her Facebook page, Sofia Sanchez uses to her own words to reach out to others that may be afraid of her condition.
Special Night for a High School Student in Michigan
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Colin Powell Email Hacking Sparks Online Security Concerns
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Student with Down Syndrome Ready to Begin Classes
Rachel Grace, the student with down syndrome who went viral thanks to a heartwarming video in which she learns she's headed to college, is now ready to start classes.