This Young Woman Has Down Syndrome but That Won’t Stop Her from following Her Dreams

According to Down Syndrome Education International, “very few people with Down syndrome will ever be able to sing.” However, a young lady named Madison Tevlin won’t let that stop her from following her dreams and took up the challenge to defy the odds and challenges associated with it.

Madison Tevlin Has Down Syndrome And Sings 'All of Me' Beautifully.

The most common challenge for kids with Down syndrome is memory retention. Another is language and speech development as they need to use twice the energy to speak. Despite the challenges that may come with her condition, Madison has been taking vocal lessons from her vocal coach, Marla Joy with incredible success. This has helped her self-confidence and has worked wonders for her voice and memory retention as you will soon see.

Watch Madison Tevlin sing a cover of John Legend’s ‘All Of Me’…


People with disabilities are often told what they can’t do; however, it is inspiring to see people like Madison show them what they can do with hard work. Her story is a reminder that everyone has unique talents and abilities, regardless of their circumstances.

In addition to pursuing her love for singing, Madison is also an advocate for individuals with Down syndrome and has spoken out about the misconceptions and stereotypes associated with the condition. She hopes to continue to raise awareness and inspire others to pursue their passions, no matter what obstacles they may face.

Madison’s story has touched the hearts of many and serves as a reminder that with hard work, dedication, and support, anyone can achieve their dreams. Her love for singing has not only brought her joy and fulfillment but has also served as a source of inspiration for others in the disabled community and beyond.

Please share this beautiful cover of John Legend’s ‘All Of Me’ by Madison Tevlin with your friends and family.

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