CP awareness benefits from the world becoming familiar with celebrities living with Cerebral Palsy. Find out more about some major names today!
How the world's premier event for those living with a disability can teach everyone the value of hard work and exceptional effort.
Many people with Cerebral Palsy have associated speech challenges, sometimes requiring computer assistance in order to communicate by voice. For those with severe enough difficulties, text-to-speech computer assistance can change lives and is a revolutionary communication enabler. However, the number of voice options from which to choose are quite small, and the result is a kind of “one voice fits all” scenario where little girls and grown men alike share an audibly indistinguishable voice.
Learn more about Cerebral Palsy's connections to this year's Paralympics in Rio!
A recent report by the Houston Chronicle indicates tens of thousands, perhaps even hundreds of thousands, of children with special needs in Texas may have been kept out of special education due to caps put in place. This is an extremely troubling report for any advocate or parent of a child with CP, much less those living in Texas.
Celebrities who are familiar with Cerebral Palsy are able to do a lot to increase awareness and advocacy. Here's just a few that you may know but likely didn't realize have more in common with you than you realized!
You may have heard her name but you may not know your connection with her. Learn more about Elena Delle Donne, her success in basketball and the sister with Cerebral Palsy that motivates her every day.
These athletes with Cerebral Palsy are redefining what most would consider possible for those living with special needs!
March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month. Expand Cerebral Palsy awareness in your own way, inspiring conversation and breaking down barriers in the process!
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