You can’t teach children social inclusion. I believe that the opposite of social inclusion is social isolation and I feel like that the sad reality with a disability is that more often then not they know the social stigmas of social isolation rather then that of social inclusion. I continue to write this blog to help educate others. I try to write what I know, I try to write from my personal perspective of life with a disability life with cerebral palsy.
I enjoy life with cerebral palsy and the chances I have had because of cerebral palsy. with those opportunities also come challenges. It is hard for me to find work because of the cerebral palsy. employment seems to be hard for the many adults with cerebral palsy I know through my blog. cerebral palsy and life with cerebral palsy has given me the chance to share and hopefully remove those social stigmas because cerebral palsy and life with cerebral palsy isn’t all who I am I have much to offer the world because of cerebral palsy
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