Colorado is the home of happy young woman Kennedy Garcia.
Her parents were made to leave their daughter at the hospital when she was born.
If someone had Down syndrome, they would lead a tough and interesting life.
In addition to her spine abnormalities, which would prohibit her from being able to support her head on her shoulders, he diagnosed her with leukemia.
Fortunately, the mother of the child, René Garcia, spoke with a nurse there who had a big impact on her decision.
By implying that her daughter would possibly lead a regular life like the others, the mother provided the woman with emotional support.
She simply told her to be perseverant and diligent.
The main cause of Kennedy’s issues, though, was his injured spine.
The infant has gone through a lot of adversity.
She was just 2 years old when her bones were attempted to straighten by putting her in a metal collar and helmet.
She stayed in that position for days, watching movies or dance videos.
When she was able to walk once more, she hastened to sign up for the dancing class.
She was still in pain and suffering, but she stopped dancing.
She luckily applied right away for new positions at Disney, American Girl, and Justice Clothing.
Kennedy is thrilled that her life has suddenly become full of dances, photo shoots, and new acquaintances.
She is already 16 years old and works with KMR Diversity and Dream Talent Management. Travel to Hollywood and New York for TV auditions is frequently required.