Friendship is Overpowering Cerebral Palsy

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Wednesday, July 20th, 2016 people across the web celebrated friendship using the hashtag “#FriendshipIs.” National Inclusion Project promoted the “friendship is” initiative. As explained in-part on their website, “Making friends is often the fastest way for a child to be included. With friends, we have a companion who is there with us to play, grow…

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Brothers Bond Despite Cerebral Palsy

Brothers Bond Despite Cerebral Palsy

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Sisters or brothers bond uniquely. Indeed siblings share an extraordinary relationship. You may not always get along. Yet when needed, you come together. Varying factors shape each sisters or brothers bond. A cerebral palsy diagnosis proves one possible factor. Does the extra attention CP demand create jealously? Might doctor appointments or therapy sessions cause scheduling…

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Production Recommendation: Treat Overlapping Toes with Pedifix’s Visco-GEL Toe Spacers

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Overlapping toes I recall dealing with forever. Okay, forever sounds dramatic. Yet I cannot say I am exaggerating. I battled the issue since I can remember. Legit! Growing up my physical therapist worked to relieve my overlapping toes. During sessions she instructed me to separate my toes. Additionally I wore toe separators throughout the day.…

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Book Review: I Made It By Juana M. Ortiz

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“I made it.” You can read those words different ways. One perspective relieves. Relief you survived an ordeal. Alternatively the words can represent a rally cry. Victory remains yours! You triumphed. You thrived. The latter stands the appropriate way to perceive Juana M. Ortiz’s memoir title, I Made It. For Ortiz she triumphed in multiple…

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