Tag Archives: Neurological disorder

how to help your childs classmates or peers understand cerebral palsy

This is a question that I’ve pondered since I first began speaking as a teenager realizing that I could make change in the world and this in truth became the driving force behind my blog. The question was this how do … Continue reading

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World Cerebral Palsy Day 2012

Happy world cerebral palsy day this is the first of its kind and is to be an annual event that I have the pleasure of being involved. When I started this blog I have to say I expected very little … Continue reading

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Looking at social stigma and cerebral palsy

cerebral palsy bring with it in it’s very nature social stigmas. Be it something that causes social isolation because one’s communication or mobility is comprised or access to accessible resources poses a problem. if you like my content why not … Continue reading

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Social isolation: Online bridges the gap over troubled waters

I think the common thread that I have noted through my life is that myself and my peers with cerebral palsy especially at one time or another have struggled with social isolation. I think part of that is speaking from … Continue reading

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Cerebral palsy is like moon walking

Cerebral palsy for me feels like moon walking balance for many I know with cerebral palsy is an issue and thus I chose to equate it to that. if you like my content why not help me out by joining … Continue reading

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moro reflex and startle reflex finding understanding

This post comes out of a recent comment I received:”Have your issues with (startle reflex) remained pretty steady, or do you notice fluctuations?” I thought that my answer would probably be too in depth to simply call for a response. … Continue reading

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How Do You Deal with Your Startle Reflex in School When Your Peers or Your Teacher Don’t Understand?

Piece of chalk and blackboard (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Part 2 can be found here A reader recently asked several questions pertaining to startle reflex. Because of the complexity of the questions I’ve chosen to create a series of posts answering … Continue reading

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your disability shouldn’t stop you

I felt compelled to share a link I found I hope you will pass this on! if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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Looking For A Book To Read? I Have The Answer

One of the first books I remember my mom reading to me was “mine for keeps” by Canadian children’s author, Jean Little.  if you like my content why not help me out by joining my mailing list its free

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What Would You Say To This Little Boy?

This post comes from a post that I read over on monkey boy’s blog earlier this week.  The comment I wrote over there was not put there to create a dramatic feeling, it was the truth. The words described in vivid … Continue reading

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