Living With Cerebral Palsy RSS Feeds
Site - transcendingcp.blogspot.com
About Site - For the majority of my childhood, I rarely spoke about my disability, but a writing class that I took in my senior year of high school changed everything, and I realized that I had words to share with the world. I am 22 years old and I have mild spastic diplegia cerebral palsy. My disability has shaped me as a person in so many ways, but I am much more than my diagnosis.
About Site - 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!
Site - cerebralpalsystrong.com
About Site - 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 blog 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.
Site - cpstudentblog.blogspot.com
About Site - 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 which 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&
Site - wheelchairwhitney.com
About Site - 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 life
About Site - 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 Epilepsy and discuss topics which often just aren't talked about
About Site - 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 born 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.