A young girl with Down syndrome attends school. She started modeling and has already done work for “Cbeebies” and “Disney.”
We are all distinct from one another. And also, we are not born with the same family history, abilities, or personalities; we are all incredibly different, from how we look to how we think. However, when a person with a disability is born, we all have a gloomy attitude toward them. We naturally strive to isolate and ignore them, and those individuals learn to accept their fate and be pessimistic about their lives. But, happily, this mindset has shifted in the last decade, and many people have learned to embrace themselves and appreciate their flaws in a good light. Grace Isabella, 8, is an example of a girl who has defied her fate. She is a young woman with Down syndrome who is already working as a model. She has signed modeling contracts with Zebedee Management, a modeling firm that represents over 300 disabled people.
“There is so much hatred around Down Syndrome,” her mother Cheryl remarked in an interview with the Daily Mail. Since she was born, Grace has gone through a lot. She’s undergone a few big operations, but she’s never been sick.”
“We need to get the point through that she is just a little child with Down Syndrome,” she said. It’s not a huge thing; she’s a tough young girl who’ll always be our daughter.”
“She always comes through anything that she has been dealt with,” her father John stated. “She is our little fighter,” says the narrator.
Grace has also worked as a model for the BBC, CBeebies, and Disney. It all started when Cheryl took Grace to a picture session for persons with disabilities. Grace’s appearance in ads normalizes the presence of handicapped people in everyday life. She, of course, sends a positive message to everyone, and we wish this young lady all the best!
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