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 no different and I write about it now because I hope to bring a new perspective to this subject.
A lot of my friends don’t like to acknowledge their cerebral palsy, I find it hard to ignore but that’s just me.I always surrounded myself with “disabled” activities. Activities that often turn into social outlets for me and others. Many of those people from such groups have remained in my life to this day.
Some ideas to find such activities
- Ask your therapist
- Ask other parents
- Ask the local child development centre
- Contact your city (they usually have people hired to help facilitate inclusion – they use students here on a one to one basis) to include your child into the summer programming offered by the city
- Check your local library for events being posted (these can be free too)
These are some general ideas in the next few posts I am going to look at some seasonal ideas that I have come to discover over the last several years!
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