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Archive | January, 2016

Donor Gives Boy with Cerebral Palsy New Bed

At three years old, PJ Campbell is too big for a baby bed. However, the little boy has cerebral palsy and isn’t safe if he sleeps in a regular child’s bed. In addition, he often needs to eat propped up in bed because he’s fed through a nasal tube and isn’t able to hold himself […]

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Man with Cerebral Palsy Designs Spoon for Shaky Hands

Grant Douglas, a computer scientist from Edinburgh, Scotland, has trouble feeding himself certain foods due to his cerebral palsy. Although he is able to grasp utensils, his hands shake so much that much of the food falls off before it reaches his mouth. Typically, Grant’s mother helps him eat, especially if he’s having soups or […]

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Teen with Cerebral Palsy Will Follow Vets’ Path in Normandy

Teen with Cerebral Palsy Will Follow Vets’ Path in Normandy

Kimberly Ortiz, a 16 year old from Washington, D.C., has always held herself to a high standard when facing challenges. It’s one reason the high school sophomore, who has cerebral palsy, has always felt drawn to veterans, particularly those who are disabled as a result of their service. She has met a number of vets […]

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