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9 People with Down syndrome who are changing the world

Meet these incredible individiuals determined to use their talents and abilities to make a difference.

Meet an international supermodel with Down syndrome

Madeline Stuart has never allowed her "different ability" to hold her back from her dreams.

Meet the incredible brothers — one of them disabled — competing in the Ironman Championship

The Pease brothers have forged an incredible bond on their journey to Hawaii this fall.

Starbucks to open first-of-its-kind cafe for disabled people

The deaf community is cheering the plan for a new coffee shop this fall in Washington D.C.

Watch this little girl’s reaction to walking for the first time (Video)

Her delight over her first steps is sure to make you smile.

The amazing creations of a young artist with muscular dystrophy (Video)

At just 10 years old, this little girl has already had her work displayed in exhibitions.

The remarkable story of the Davert family, who put their trust in God’s plan

Standing at just under 3 feet, Melissa Davert relied on faith to pursue a career, get married, and give birth to twins.

This woman created an ingenious rain solution for the disabled

But this diverse new product can be used by anyone -- disabled and able-bodied alike.

This girl’s cerebral palsy didn’t stop her from saving her brother’s life

A 9-year-old is being hailed as a hero by her regional police department and city hall.

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