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Archive | May, 2014

Riding In Style

One of the biggest difficulties a young person with cerebral palsy faces after high school, or after college, is finding a job where they feel like they belong – a job where their skills are appreciated, and where they feel like they can pour themselves into their work and do their job to the best […]

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I Have Cerebral Palsy, But I Am One Of The Lucky Ones

If you asked Adam Shaw-Prisk, he would tell you that he is one of the lucky ones. Why? Why is this 15-year-old with cerebral palsy one of the lucky ones? Why does this young man who is quadriplegic, and who suffers from muscle spasms, one of the lucky ones? Why is this young man who […]

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A Move To A New School – With No Idea What To Expect

Being a young person with cerebral palsy can be difficult enough. But being a young person with cerebral palsy and switching schools can be downright unimaginable! After all, we all know that young people – teenagers in particular – are unpredictable. Oftentimes, they are coarse, rude, rough around the edges, and rarely are they accepting […]

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