World's Oldest Person With Down Syndrome Celebrates His 77th Birthday

All you need is a will to survive in this world!


Kenny was born in 1939 and was mistaken to be still-born when he arrived with his twin sister Dorothy. Having been given a life expectancy of only 12 years, Kenny did not look back and was declared the world’s oldest living man with down syndrome in 2008 by Guinness World Records. He achieved this when he was at the Wisteria House care home in Tintinhull, Yeovil, Somerset, on February 15.

Read on to know more about the brave man, Kenny Cridge.