Kursi Roda Anak CP (Cerebal Palsy)

Cerebral Palsy

What Cerebral Palsy cannot do...

Horses help children with cerebral palsy (and other neurological disabilities) learn to walk :)

Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month - Firefly - children with cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy awareness

Activities for a Child With Cerebral Palsy

30 things people don't get about kids and adults with cerebral palsy (but should): In honor of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day

Cerebral Palsy T-Shirts: Contagious Smile (MADE TO ORDER) by HandmadeEscapade on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/183125546/cerebral-palsy-t-shirts-contagious-smile

Cerebral Palsy Awareness

Cerebal Palsy Awareness

Keep Calm. Cerebral Palsy Awareness

The Physical Toll Cerebral Palsy has on Parents - EasyStand Blog

Support Cerebral Palsy awareness

Trapped: My life with Cerebral Palsy by Fran Macilvey

A mother of a boy with cerebral palsy shares her experience as she prepares to send her son to kindergarten. http://blog.easystand.com/2014/08/diary-of-a-kindergarten-mom-of-a-special-boy/

Celebrating the Americans with Disabilities Act Signed into law on 7/26/1990, this act is a civil right law that prohibits, under certain circumstances, discrimination based on disability.

The Author of *Crying In Silence*: the journey of living with cerebal palsy and epilepsy.

Are you looking at the person or the disability? They are human and they have feelings, remember that. The picture reminded me of when our teacher used to tell us that her mother was in a wheelchair. People would treat her differently because of it. They would talk to her daughter instead or talk loud and slow to her. They were seeing a disability and making assumptions, instead of actually seeing her.

We watched the The Campaign for Disability Employment in class when talking about disabilities in the workplace. The video shows how employees can actually have an increase revenue from employing disabled individuals. It was said that they typically also miss less days. But, looking at it away from a money thing, I think its great to get people with disabilities into the workplace. They deserve to live "normal" lives and make money for themselves and their family.

When I saw this post it reminded me of the week we spoke about disabilities in the media. We watched a documentary about 5 individuals with disabilities. One individual (whom I forget her name) had a mental disabilities, including depression. She showed the scares under her clothes from where she self-harmed herself. So, remember to be respectful and unprejudiced towards new people in your life, they may be going through more than you know.