Monthly Archives: April 2011

Some Summer Ideas For Staying Social

Keeping social can be a challenge especially for people with a visible disability.  Activities for likeminded people, be it disabled or not, can create a source for friendship and that is one of the biggest things I have seen both … Continue reading

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Blogging: A Human Experience

Today, I find myself with the reality feared by many serious bloggers! My seemingly unbreakable Internet provider is down. I see this as a blessing in disguise: because it will force me to write several blog posts today. Seemingly this … Continue reading

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Preventing Social Isolation and Loneliness In Cerebral Palsy

In a lot of cases, disability can to no fault of its own become an extremely isolating experience. If you have been a long time reader you will realize that I have written on this topic a lot; today is … Continue reading

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These Boots Are Made For walking

I wonder if any of you have heard of this interesting new concept called a Lokomat. it is a robotic piece of technology that allows people who currently have the inability to walk independently a chance to get back up … Continue reading

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Relaxing Those Tight Muscles

So the last few days I have been reflecting on the few things that I do in an attempt to relax tight muscles. if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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the plight of tightness

I wish I could describe the frustrating feelings I am having lately. I feel like a caged bird restricted by tight hips. Today in preparing to get into my Kaye walker my friend who also has cerebral palsy and has … Continue reading

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kids always say what they want to

For your child when did they come to realize they were perceived as different? For me, I think I first came to know I was different really was when I first entered the mainstream school setting. Don’t get me wrong, … Continue reading

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Spasming feet equals zero sleep

So let me try and tell you how annoying zero sleep is! Well any of you parents out there will understand this in the context of when your children were young, but for right now, if you like my content … Continue reading

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The battle of my right foot

One of things I absolutely hate and dread almost as much as my mother is the chore of shoe shopping. if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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