#CPChatNow puts the "pals" in "cerebral palsy."

#CPChatNow Recap- 10-21-2015

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October 21st, 2015, the day Marty McFly went back to the future! While technology failed to yet bring us flying cars and hoverboards, there still exists many wins for technology since 1985. One such win, social media! Just allow me to point to exhibit A, the live weekly cerebral palsy Twitter chat #CPChatNow.

#CPChatNow on Back to the Future Day!Much conversation last night revolved around a couple current events. First up, this People’s article about Brendan Huber, Susan Lucci’s seven-year old grandson with cerebral palsy.

Prompt for Susan Lucci dialogue   Discussing Susan Lucci articleHannah weighs in on Lucci storyWhat engaging dialogue! Thanks to the Extend-the-Conversation question, you can add your input too! Make sure to read the People’s article and then answer “How does the article make you feel?” Leave your answer in the “Comments” section here.

Another popular topic from yesterday’s chat dealt with a recent Target ad.

Target ad conversation promptSome raised concerns over the ad, resulting in thought-provoking discussion.

#CPChatNow discusses mixed feelings over a recent Target ad.Target ad in context with disability movementBeyond the current events chatter, I revealed details for #CPChatNow’s October focus chat, happening next week (Wednesday, October 28th).

October 2015 #CPChatNow focus chat announcementOctober 28th should certainly rock! 😉 Make sure to join us when Hannah leads our “Finding Comfort in Music” focus chat.

In the meantime remember to answer this week’s Extend-the-Conversation question regarding People’s article on Susan Lucci’s grandson Brendan“How does the article make you feel?”

Respond in the “Comments” section below.

See you next week!

#CPChatNow puts the "pals" in "cerebral palsy."

The live cerebral palsy Twitter chat #CPChatNow happens every Wednesday at 8pm ET. Join our community!

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