Monthly Archives: November 2013

looking in the mirror at the infant version of myself

The idea for this post, has been waiting to be written for sometime now. I couldn’t find an angle to write, that sat well with me and then a few days ago: I came across something  and this post just … Continue reading

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mind mapping to write better blog posts

    Over the last few weeks, I have had many comments and discussions about how greatly improved my writing has become. One friend asked me what I had done differently. So, to answer my friend’s question. I decided to … Continue reading

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BIG EVENT NEXT MONDAY

I have been looking forward to this for some time now and I just wanted to make all aware of it so that I hope you will stop by on December 2 here on the blog for a special event … Continue reading

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The Accessibility Mistake You May be Making without Knowing It

If you own a business you would like to think that your business is welcoming of all potential customers who want to visit your establishment, but is it really?In this post I will explore simple things that can truly improve … Continue reading

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AFOs: Kate’s Story

Hello! My name is Kate Heximer. I am a friend of Laura’s who also has CP. Laura has asked me to write a post about AFOs as she has been getting a lot of questions but has no personal experience … Continue reading

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adults means a better sense of relating to my world

I have written a lot about my childhood and self-acceptance but I have also noted that the experiences of my life are shaped by how I have grown up relating differently to the world around me or at least this … Continue reading

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how to get rid of startle reflex

When I was looking for topics that might be of interest and helpful to you all, I often look around the web to find the questions related to this blog that I could then turn into a post and provide … Continue reading

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toys: 3 unique gift ideas for kids with special needs

With the holiday season around the corner I was looking around amazon and found some really unique toys that I can tell you I would have found cool receiving when I was a child because anything in a wheelchair is … Continue reading

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3 essentials to help family and friends understand cerebral palsy

I have had a number of emails and comments on my various social media platform over the past few months, the main question they want to know is “How can I help family and friends understand cerebral palsy” so I … Continue reading

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How I started understand cerebral palsy as a child

I don’t think I realized anything was different about me until I started school, before that I was just one of the kids in the neighbourhood. Probably because they grew up around me I wasn’t seen as different by them. … Continue reading

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