Monthly Archives: October 2013

Halloween made accessible: Tips to make it more inclusive

Happy Halloween!This post will be probably fairly short, by comparison to my recent posts. But I am curious, what Halloween is like for your differently-abled children. if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing … Continue reading

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2 amazing keys to improving social relationships

Social relationships can be a challenge for everyone, I think that one of the hardest things about having a physical disability, is that it is visible. The harsh reality of society, is that it is the norm for most consciously … Continue reading

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Cerebral Palsy in Slow-Motion

I came across an interesting concept: do you ever feel like you’re doing tasks in slow-motion? This is not something I am overly aware of feeling. But I want to explore this, because I am always looking for new and … Continue reading

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drooling

One of the things that was an issue for me as a child was drooling. I personally feel that my drooling has lessened with age. I have noted a sense of relaxation in my facial muscles and thus the drooling … Continue reading

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support:how to offer it to special needs families

Support for family and friends of people who have members with a physical disability. So you want to be of support, but are unsure how to be? if you like my content why not help me out by joining my … Continue reading

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dussion what three things made you happy

I feel it’s healthy to stay positive so I ask the question what three things have made you happy today? I love fall watching a great dvd my muscles are relaxed if you like my content why not help me … Continue reading

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advocate: do you know how to be one for yourself?

Do you know how to advocate for your needs? As a person with a disability it is an important thing to know how to do. It is not something we are born learning how to do, but rather being able … Continue reading

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thanksgiving: and its differences

Have you ever stopped to reflect on why Canada and the united states celebrate thanksgiving at different times. Being that today is Canadian thanksgiving I was wondering this so I did a little research into the subject for this post. … Continue reading

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the cloak of invisibility that comes with disability

When I look at myself I don’t see my disability, in fact its vastly the opposite I see my abilities first. Sure, there is no ignoring the fact that I have one being that a lot of the things I … Continue reading

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looking at life through the lens of fine motor skills

Fine motor skills is an issue for many with cerebral palsy, myself included. Basically to explain what this means for me I will use an example: intricate tasks such as sewing a button onto something or stringing a string of … Continue reading

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