15 Best Living with Cerebral Palsy Blogs and Websites

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1. The CP Diary

The CP Diary UK
The CP Diary is a blog by someone with Cerebral Palsy, covering Health and Wellbeing, Diet and Nutrition, Alternative Therapies, Exercise and more.
253 3.8K 1 post / day Dec 2010 DA 28 Get Email Contact

2. My Life As Brittney

My Life As Brittney Pennsylvania, US
Welcome to my little piece of the internet. Spoonie. Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy. Chronic blog. INFJ. Aries. Open inbox.
1 post / month Jan 2015 DA 16 Get Email Contact

3. Hannah's Adventures of Living Her Dreams

Hannah's Adventures of Living Her Dreams My name is Hannah Thompson. I recently graduated from Elmhurst College with a B.A. in Communication. I am a motivational speaker encouraging people to... do their impossible. I was born with Cerebral Palsy and that does not stop me from doing anything! I am changing the world one audience at a time!more
3K 1 post / month Aug 2012 DA 4 Get Email Contact

4. Aideen Blackborough

Aideen Blackborough I have Cerebral Palsy but it doesn't have me!
47 1.4K 1 post / month Aug 2011 DA 10 Get Email Contact

5. Love That Max

Love That Max New York, US
Love That Max is a blog by Ellen Seidman, Max's mom, who writes about her life raising her son with cerebral palsy, as well as many other things.
11.7K 16.8K 1.6K 8 posts / year Oct 2008 DA 54 Get Email Contact

6. View From a Walking Frame

View From a Walking Frame UK
A blog about an average girl who just happens to have Cerebral Palsy
366 1.2K DA 17 Get Email Contact

7. Cerebral Palsy Strong

Cerebral Palsy Strong US
Welcome to Cerebral Palsy Strong! My name is Katy Fetters & I started CPstrong in order to sustain my existence in the online space long after my bl...og for teens with cerebral palsy fell behind as I entered into adulthood. Most importantly, I want to have a place where I can share stories about myself, others, and our experiences of life [in our 20's] with cerebral palsy. more
2.4K 2.7K 10.4K DA 15 Get Email Contact

8. Life as a Cerebral Palsy student

Life as a Cerebral Palsy student Leeds, England, UK
Hi! My name is Chloe Tear, I am 19 years old and I'm a university student studying Psychology and Child Development. I have mild cerebral palsy wh...ich affects the left side of my body as a result of being born 8 weeks early and weighing 3lb 3oz, as well as epilepsy, chronic pain and impaired vision. During this blog, I will talk about what it's like being a student who may face a few more hurdles than most. I hope you&more
7.2K Mar 2013 DA 23 Get Email Contact

9. Through my eyes my life with cerebral palsy

Through my eyes my life with cerebral palsy Canada
Growing up living with cerebral palsy, I write this blog from the perspective of a young adult living a life of difference.
267 1.1K Dec 2009 DA 22 Get Email Contact

10. Wheelchair Whitney

Wheelchair Whitney Whitney Bailey is a individual with a disability who was born with cerebral palsy. By sharing her experiences, she hopes that she can show that with a... little perseverance one can tackle any challenge in lifemore
558 21 Nov 2008 DA 13 Get Email Contact

11. Mum Making Lemonade

Mum Making Lemonade UK
A blog about my amazing daughter, Elin who is living with Cerebral Palsy and making Lemonade every day!
286 Dec 2009 DA 8 Get Email Contact

12. 5 Kid Life (one with Cerebral Palsy)

5 Kid Life (one with Cerebral Palsy) Rhode Island, US
It was Thanksgiving day back in 2002. I was only 23 years old and my life forever changed on that day. I had a placental abruption and Brendan was bor...n at 33 weeks. He lost oxygen during delivery due to incompetent care but was a fighter and turned 13 this year. My journey in life over the past 13 years took many turns I was not expecting but I try to stay strong and have my husband by my side even when I am not.more
Jan 2009 DA 9 Get Email Contact

13. Living with Cerebral Palsy

Living with Cerebral Palsy Hello! My name is Evie, I am sixteen years old and I have Spastic Cerebral Palsy. I am writing this blog to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy and E...pilepsy and discuss topics which often just aren't talked aboutmore
Feb 2014 DA 4 Get Email Contact

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