People with Moebius syndrome lead normal, productive lives. They are college students and professors, doctors, teachers, city administrators, producers, and psychologists.
Children with Moebius Syndrome play t-ball, ride horses, are on academic teams and in the school band, have dance recitals and act in school plays. They all have one thing in common – they have limited or no facial expression, can't blink their eyes and most of them can't move their eyes laterally.
Meet some of these individuals . . .