Imagine a world of silence, a world where you understood everything going on around you, a world where you are not easily able to be understood. I am sure this scenario is frustrating, but it is the reality for some people with cerebral palsy. This is when creativity is required because everyone has the right to communicate and express yourself as freely as possible. Continue reading
I know this is a strange topic to blog about, but because someone was searching for it. So I have decided to write about it. Sorry boys this one’s for the girls.
Hi guys today is not the best day for me physically. Its cold and startle reflex seems to be in full force.
I can’t begin to tell you how frustrating having a disability can be, but in saying that I feel like I am preaching to the choir on this one. I don’t mean to complain, but I am forever looking up at people because the reality is having a disability means I am naturally positioned physically lower than the rest of society, in my wheelchair. My parents, and extended family for the most part are six feet tall, so again I am looking up.
I am taking christmas off from the blog see yall jan 5th!
help me celebrate on friday
One of my friends and loyal readers emailed and asked that question. I can only speak to how it works here in Ontario, Continue reading
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I am truly thankful that I have cerebral palsy, I feel like my cap, although it doesn’t define me has certainly shaped my life and the experiences in it. I feel those experiences have offered me the chance to help others and I am grateful to my loyal readers who help make this website and and youtube channel so well rounded you offer me so much enjoyment I love reading your comments
my first experience with assistance technology was some form of archaic communication box whose name I am not even sure of. this communication box was a form of communication that a non verbal classmate used when i was in kindergarten or maybe it was even preschool the point is i was fascinated by the pictorial button board that with the simply push of a button would output a verbal computer generated voice which was horrid even by today’s standards. I was fascinated by the technology so much that the therapists taught me how to use it so in turn i could teach the student would be using this on an ongoing daily basis.