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Archive | April, 2015

College Student with Cerebral Palsy Teaches by Example

Jordan Seyer, a junior at Southeast Missouri State University, is not one to shrink away from a challenge. Born three months premature, Jordan has been dealing with cerebral palsy her entire life. The type of cerebral palsy that she has, called spastic hemiparesis, doesn’t keep her from moving around but it slows her down significantly. […]

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Golf Tournament Helps Combat Cerebral Palsy

Although they may seem an unlikely pair, the game of golf and the TheraSuit (an orthotic cerebral palsy treatment) are helping each other to improve the lives of disabled children in Columbia, SC. It’s all thanks to Dawn Darby, Susan Abell, and the organization they started, The Therapy Place. Since 2009, this nonprofit children’s therapy […]

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Boy with Cerebral Palsy Helps Start Mariners’ Baseball Season

This year, Jake Catterall of Tacoma, WA experienced the opening of baseball season in a place he’ll never forget: standing on Safeco Field in front of almost 46,000 people. The 12 year old was chosen by the local Make-A-Wish Foundation to welcome the 2015 baseball season for the Seattle Mariners by running the bases before […]

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