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SAVING AND TRANSFORMING LIVES Help us significantly improve the lives of people with Down syndrome through Research, Medical Care, Education and Advocacy.

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It's time to change the status quo Down syndrome is the least funded genetic condition despite being the most frequent.

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An increasing number of adults with Down syndrome in the U.S. are living independently with limited assistance from family members or the state. A small percentage are able to live entirely independently.

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The average life expectancy for a person with Down syndrome is nearly 60 years old. Some people with Down syndrome have lived into their 80s.

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By law, people with Down syndrome must be provided a free, appropriate education through their public-school system.

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Two years ago, Ally attended the Be Beautiful Be Yourself fashion show with her dad, Mark McCollam. She immediately expressed interest in being involved with the show. This year, she got her turn. Last weekend, Ally and her family set out to Denver, Colorado. The young girl had earned her spot among 22 models to participate in the Be Beautiful Be Yourself fashion show.

Ally rocked the runway with actress Mikaela Hoover. The event raised $2.5 million for the Global Down Syndrome Foundation. This is no small achievement - according to the foundation, Down syndrome is the least-funded genetic condition in the United States.