Three tips to help improve handwriting

March is Cerebral Palsy awareness month. I have seen parents on many social media platforms raise concern about how Cerebral Palsy can affect their children’s handwriting. To help raise awareness, here is three tips to help improve your little one’s handwriting: Pick a teaching curriculum that is easy to follow and easy to teach. WhenContinue reading “Three tips to help improve handwriting”

National Cerebral Palsy Day (2018)

October 6 is this year’s National Cerebral Palsy Day. I was born premature weighing just 1 pound 5 ounces and was only 12 inches long. Part of the effect of my early birth is that I have mild Cerebral Palsy. According to National Institute of Neurological Disorders and stroke, (Cerebral Palsy) “Refers to a groupContinue reading “National Cerebral Palsy Day (2018)”

Happy National Cerebral Palsy Day!

Today, is National Cerebral Palsy Day.  I have Cerebral Palsy, and I’m happy that I have the function that I do, that said, it took a lot of work.   I had countless hours of Physical therapy and Occupational therapy. When I was little a lot of people had doubts on if I was going toContinue reading “Happy National Cerebral Palsy Day!”

The Disability Misconceptions Tag

What is your disability and how does it impact you?  Well, actually I have three disabilities. I have Dyslexia which effects my ability to spell, read and sometimes write. Despite this, there are ways that I can achieve success everyday. I had training on how to read, write and spell with my condition when IContinue reading “The Disability Misconceptions Tag”

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