Monthly Archives: January 2014

But I can’t be a blogger

I am very passionate about the work that I do. People are always amazed when I tell them I am a professional blogger. I think there is many misconceptions that blogging has to be done by someone who has an … Continue reading

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Cerebral palsy and school at a glance book launch

Want an idea of what to expect for your child socially in school? Gaining knowledge from others who have been through something similar is always helpful to learn from. I hope this ebook makes the social aspects of school a … Continue reading

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big event monday

this is a short post to tell you that there is another big event happening on my blog on monday stay tuned if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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gaining understanding of what would be helpful to you

I have some ideas for future blog posts, but I thought it would give you an opportunity to share with me any topics you feel I have uncovered or want me to cover in more detail. if you like my … Continue reading

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Removing Can’t from Your Vocabulary

I have had a lot of questions lately regarding what children with cerebral palsy are capable of. The truth is, everyone is different and therefore every situation is unique. I always like to celebrate the small things, be it professionally … Continue reading

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A lession from queen what if on taking risks

All my life, I have been swimming upstream against society’s view of disability. Sure, I was born with a physical disability that has undoubtedly shaped my experiences and given me a different and unique perspective from that of many of … Continue reading

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The quick and dirty guide on how to get started blogging

I like blogging because it’s an equalizer: I know I have said that before, but it is true. At the end of every year I look back and highlight the huge key things from the previous year I know that … Continue reading

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seeing people before their augmentative communication devices

I am sure like me most of the people reading this take their ability to speak for granted. I did until a girl in my teens who had been left non verbal as a result of a brain injury from … Continue reading

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highlights of 2013 here on lifeofthedifferentlyabled

¬†As of today my blog is a little over four years old. A lot has happened in those four years but the reality is for this post is that I would like to look at 2013 as it relates to … Continue reading

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