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This article has a list of activities that people with cerebral palsy can do. There's yoga, horseback riding, & swimming. It also explains how these activities can benefit the person with the disability.
30 things people don't get about kids and adults with cerebral palsy (but should): In honor of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day
Click on the quotation to see how Assistive Technology can make the difference and allow students to be successfully included in general education classrooms.
When we spoke about technology for disabled individuals we mentioned VRS interpreters. I had no idea what/how this worked out. This picture shows the basics of how a VRS interpreter works for someone who may be deaf or hard of hearing. They sign to the interpreter, who talks to the person on the other end. Which then they talk to the interpreter and the interpreter signs back to the individual with a hearing impairment. So awesome that this is available! And texting helps even more now!