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Archive | October, 2014

A Holiday Treat for Children with Cerebral Palsy and Other Special Needs

For children, one of the most exciting times of year is Halloween, as this holiday not only kicks off the much-anticipated holiday season, but it also enables kids to stock up on far more candy than they could possibly need! While Halloween is typically something that children find themselves looking forward to for months before […]

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A Young Boy with Cerebral Palsy, and Lot Left to Accomplish!

Playing football was not an option for Petey Munoz. He was born thirteen weeks early, and weighed less than two pounds at the time of his birth. When he came home from the hospital, he was heart monitors, oxygen, and lots of medication. At the age of two, Petey was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Doctors […]

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Bridging the Divide between Those with Cerebral Palsy and Those without Cerebral Palsy

“I really did it for other kids to show them it’s okay. I wanted to inspire them, so I did it for them.” This was how Melissa Andrade described her motivation behind campaigning for the title of Homecoming Queen at her high school in California. She did it to show other kids like her – […]

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