Denise Babjak holds her daughter Lainy, 4, at the Chasing Dreams center on Chicago Street in Valparaiso. Babjak opened the doors to the center earlier this month, offering programs for children with Down syndrome.
Lainy Babjak, 4, plays Thursday in the new Chasing Dreams center in the former St. Paul School in Valparaiso.
Lainy Babjak, 4, plays with toys Thursday at the Chasing Dreams center in Valparaiso. The center offers support for children with Down syndrome and their families. Lainy's mother, Denise, opened the center in response to her own experience with Lainy, who has Down syndrome. "There's nothing …
Denise Babjak works in the Chasing Dreams center, which provides services for children with Down syndrome.
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