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cerebral palsy

Renee Duggan is used to some people responding oddly when she takes her boy, Andrew, out in public. Some people give her
A Sony PlayStation worker went above and beyond the call of duty to help out a New Jersey video gamer with cerebral palsy
The other day my husband coined the phase: 'You're the Yin to my Yang'. And that is certainly the case with how we both approach this new special-needs parenting gig.
My Mum had told me that Charlie had almost died when he was born, which meant he was lucky to be alive, rather than unlucky to be disabled. Because of this mindset, I always felt my brother was viewed as a gift, rather than a burden.