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  • mom curling her daughter's hair playing beauty shop

    What’s happening?

    CP Activities and Events

    We have things to do, places to see, ideas to consider, habits to repeat, and curiosity to cure. Sound like fun? You bet. Come join us as we explore hobbies, activities, interests, collectibles, sports, leisure, recreation, community, travel, fun, and more. Follow TheCPBlog.org for updates.
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  • dad helping son by looking up information on computer and showing him how

    Did you know?

    CP Information

    Information opens doors and opportunities, it empowers and confirms. Information is the key to learning what works and what doesn’t in the lives of individuals touched by cerebral palsy. From the information about cerebral palsy, to topics such as home modifications, treatments and therapies, pain management, special education dispute resolution, hot tips and more – we have some insights to share. Follow TheCPBlog.org for updates.
    Cerebral Palsy Information »

  • mother and daughter hugging and with big smiles

    Did you hear?

    CP Inspiration

    People are making a difference. Many people – including parents, family, friends, school administrators, caregivers, paraprofessionals, government agents, employers, co-workers, service providers, and more – are responsible for enhancing the lives of individuals with cerebral palsy. Follow TheCPBlog.org for stories that celebrate humanity.
    Cerebral Palsy Inspiration »

  • mother and daughter looking out from a make shift tent made of sheets

    Have you heard?

    CP Making News

    We are intent on delivering the latest breaking news, current events, hot issues, and top stories – recent advancements, treatments, health care, disability rights, special education, and more. Follow TheCPBlog.org for the latest developments from around the world.
    Cerebral Palsy Making News »

  • a boy smiling while resting his head on the stroller

    People with Cerebral Palsy

    CP Miracles and VIPs

    They are our pride and our joy; our light and our tunnel – CP Miracles are children and CP VIPs are men and women living with cerebral palsy. They manage their conditions, maximize their potential, and embrace life with a disability. This thread is our tribute to the many CP Miracles and VIPs who own our hearts. Follow TheCPBlog.org for more.
    Cerebral Palsy Miracles and VIPs »


  • mom lifting son while playing in the leaves on a nice autumn day

    What’s promising?

    CP Research

    More so than ever, technological and bio-medical advancements are opening doors for individuals with cerebral palsy. There are research findings, clinical trials and industry news to announce. Stay current on the latest in cord blood research, stem cell progress, surgical interventions, pain management measures, orthopedic technology, brain cell rejuvenation, and more. Keep abreast with TheCPBLog.org.
    Cerebral Palsy Research »

  • a mother playfully carrying around her daughter on her back

    What’s working?

    CP Resources

    The world is full of resources, but where are they? Don’t worry, we’ll find them. Join us as we locate and share the latest invention, the hottest product, in-demand services, must-have technology, and more. From devices to supports and from software to services, we’re on the hunt. Follow TheCPBlog.org to discover more.
    Cerebral Palsy Resources »

  • grandma playing peek-a-boo with a child

    Who’s making a difference?

    CP Support

    Assistance arrives in many forms and through varied sources. Even though the government provides support from the local level to national, there are many non-governmental organizations that exist to assist, as well. Join us as we follow and share programs and services that can benefit our cerebral palsy families.
    Cerebral Palsy Support »

  • mom, dad and son cuddling on the couch

    What’s new?

    CP Technology

    From assistive technology to eye-tracking mobility, advancements abound. Innovators, inventors, engineers, and scientists are researching and developing the means in which we can ambulate, communicate, participate, and more. Stay tuned as we uncover some of the hottest – and newest – advancements to hit the market. Follow TheCPBlog.org for updates.
    Cerebral Palsy Technology »

  • sad girl leaning on bus after having been bullied

    Not so awesome stuff!

    CP Hall of Shame

    It’s difficult to fathom that there are people that harm anyone, much less someone with special needs. Sadly, individuals with a disability are more vulnerable at home, at school, at work, and out in the public. We’re placing these stories in the CP Hall of Shame to create awareness and stimulate ideas for change. Follow TheCPBlog.org for updates.
    Cerebral Palsy Hall of Shame »

 


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  • Trunk Or Treat: Accessible And Inclusive Trick-Or-Treating

    By now, you may have the perfect functional Halloween wheelchair costume ready to go. The trick now is finding the right trick-or-treating route for your child that...

  • Halloween Activities for Multisensory Learning

    Our experience in the world involves constant multisensory stimulation. Involving as many senses as possible into learning activities helps the brain develop in an optimal environment. With the occasional exception of taste, stimulation ...

  • Adaptive Bikes For Children With Cerebral Palsy

    Many of us can remember the first time we rode a bike. When mom or dad let go of the seat, we were on our own! We found our balance, and with that we found freedom, a feeling like we could fly anywhere. This is an experience that any parent would want to ...

  • October 22, 2014 Declared Team Hoyt Day

    The inspiring father-and-son team, Rick and Dick Hoyt, will forever represent a symbol of strength and parental devotion, as Boston City Councilor Matt O'Malley declared October 22, 2014 as Team Hoyt Day.


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