Cerebral Palsy: Challenges and Triumphs

A child with cerebral palsy may not be able to play like other children or may even be nonverbal, but that doesn'€™t affect her laughter or desire to explore. While life with the disorder may be different and at times hard, it is not stopping the members of one family from loving and supporting each other.

Cerebral Palsy: Challenges and Triumphs

A child with cerebral palsy may not be able to play like other children or may even be nonverbal, but that doesn’t affect her laughter or desire to explore. While life with the disorder may be different and at times hard, it is not stopping the members of one family from loving and supporting each other.

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