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I am sure like me, if you have a disability: you have struggled at one time or another to see your abilities because it is foreshadowed with self-doubt and thinking I am sick of adapting because of my disability. Continue reading
Note from Laura: This is a guest post from a friend I have known offline for years he asked if he could write this post after reading the post on online dating and cerebral palsy Continue reading
I have had a lot of people coming to my site wondering what people with cerebral palsy are capable of doing. As much as I respect where the interest in this topic comes from and I don’t know what people are truly seeking when they ask this question. If anyone has insight into this I would love to hear it? Continue reading
Wheelchair seating in a theater (i.e. giving a dedicated, convenient space left free for a user to position his own wheelchair in the cinema). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
With six more weeks of winter, I can’t help but start to think of the warmer days of summer. But then it occurred to me that many of us, like myself find the beach a challenge to access – especially when a wheelchair is involved. Continue reading
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 extraordinary story. Continue reading
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 little easier for those you care about.
The key things you will learn from this e-book are:
- The social impact of disability
- How to explain cerebral palsy to your child and their peers
- How to find an advocate for your child
- How to teach your child to advocate for themselves
who is this book for?
- anyone with cerebral palsy
- anyone who has a family member with cerebral palsy
- anyone looking to learn about cerebral palsy
What format is it in?
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this is a short post to tell you that there is another big event happening on my blog on monday stay tuned
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.
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 or personally. Last week, I wrote a post that taking risks.
I feel like you don’t know what you are capable of until you try. Continue reading