Faith Teresa Moor

I entered the world on November 2nd, 2003 and I left this world on May 20th, 2012. I was a daughter, sister, cousin, niece, student, patient and a friend. I was not like all the other kids, I was lucky.  I was born with Downs Syndrome (DS) and was given the chance at life. Many people who are diagnosed with DS are never given that chance.

In my short 8 years, I made a significant difference in so many people’s lives.  Significant enough that even though I am gone I will never be forgotten.

The story of the last 75 days of my life and the tears that followed is in my blog, it tells the sad story.  My pictures and videos tell of the fun I had in life, and the difference that I made.  Hopefully one day the stories of those memories will exist here for everyone to read so that my life and song will go on.

Down’s Syndrome people risk ‘extinction’ at the hands of science, fear and ignorance

BBC Documentary: Aborting Babies with Down Syndrome

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