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Oldest Living Man with Down Syndrome (83) When Bert Holbrook was born the average lifespan for a person with Down syndrome was 40. Holbrook didn’t pay attention to the statistics. When he turned 80 in 2008, the Guinness Book of World Records officially named him the “oldest fully authenticated male” with Down syndrome. Holbrook, who had lived in a group home for nearly 30 years, had outlived his parents and his sister.
This Astounding 12 year Old, is defying all statistics and odds associated with having Down's Syndrome and Singing.Watch the video #Inspiration #Video #dreams #Singing #Talent #Madison #MADISONTEVLIN #MadisonTevlin #Disabilities #Music #DownSyndrome #Downsyndrome #incredible
“In Iceland, every single baby, 100% of all those diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome, are aborted. There hasn’t been a baby with Down’s Syndrome born in Iceland in the past five years. Denmark is following suit and is expected to be “Down’s Syndrome-free” by 2030. These statistics show us where legal abortion is leading the rest of Europe.
“I heard a very sad statistic today ~ that 90% of #babies diagnosed with #Downsyndrome in the #womb are #aborted. I also heard a #beautiful saying from a mother that has a child with Downs Syndrome...that they are like violets among daisies, just as beautiful only more care is needed for them to grow and thrive. So very touching!" - CHOOSE LIFE
Ninety percent of people diagnosed with Down syndrome are never allowed to be born. This is a staggering statistic that we hear quite often. Lives are struck down before they ever have a chance to fulfill their missions, succeed at their dreams, or even flash a smile at their parents. This all started when people …
I received an email from a reader yesterday that said: “Hi there. I am a mother of a 6-year-old, a 4-year-old, and a one-year-old who has Down syndrome. I am curious: how did you decide to have more children after your daughter, Kate? We want another baby, but because of the statistics [of having another ... [Read more...]