Independent living

Develop Hope Compulsorily

specialneeds
  • By specialneeds · Posted January 6, 2014
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  • Development of hope is the most important step in making someone involve in any kind of self learning process. Hope is a feeling in someone that the things will happen good and they can take control of ...

Drink Bottle

Unisailor
  • By Unisailor · New reply December 13, 2013
  • 3 replies
  • Hi, I hope somebody can able to help me. I have Dystonic tetraplegic cerebral palsy. Basically I am unable to talk, walk and use my arms. Despite the severity of my cerebral palsy, I am able to drink ...

Connection to reality

specialneeds
  • By specialneeds · Posted December 12, 2013
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  • More The Confidence To See Outside More The Connection To The Reality Connect The Person More To Reality Autism has got more to do with partial disconnection to reality, inability to learn by observation ...

Now 40, living with CP. The SHALLOW amung us.

chaoticknight
  • By chaoticknight · New reply November 26, 2013
  • 9 replies
  • I'd like to voice an opinion from a person who has lived with CP and from the the perspective of how the affiction has affected me. To give you some background, My CP has its inherent problems such as ...

Talk as a friend as friendship can make do some one things no other relatio

specialneeds
  • By specialneeds · Posted November 23, 2013
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  • Talk as a friend as friendship can make do some one things no other relation can Patronizing explaining and talking makes autistic people feel better. Talking as friend makes them confident and happier ...

Get Motivated And Browse A Complete Autism Development Plan

specialneeds
  • By specialneeds · Posted November 16, 2013
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  • Environment is the key for handling autism Systematic little adjustments in behavior, right changes in environment around the child, right observations, small training to create sure know how about basic ...

Sezures and CP

Deannie58
  • By Deannie58 · New reply September 29, 2013
  • 13 replies
  • Has anyone experience sezures along with there CP. I have had grandmal sezures before and my doctor says that it could be linked to me having CP ...

Assisted living in or near Va. Or NC.

Jomd
  • By Jomd · Posted September 15, 2013
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  • Anyone know of any Assited Living apartments in or near NC or Va ...

Shriners hospital

Deannie58
  • By Deannie58 · New reply July 16, 2013
  • 4 replies
  • I spent alot of my childhood in Shriners hospital in my hometown of Greenville SC. There support and guidance helped me through alot of my childhood with living with my CP. They are very giving and helpful ...

potty trained at 10 yrs old

buk
  • By buk · New reply May 14, 2013
  • 10 replies
  • I want to share this maybe your child might have it. My child has mild cp uses a walker and just started using her canes. She is 10 and just got potty trained , she was continent on bowels she told me ...

potty trained at 10 yrs old

buk
  • By buk · New reply May 9, 2013
  • 1 reply
  • I want to share this maybe your child might have it. My child has mild cp uses a walker and just started using her canes. She is 10 and just got potty trained , she was continent on bowels she told me ...

sports,

sportycp
  • By sportycp · New reply December 8, 2012
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  • Is there disabled sports like cheerleading or dancing ...

judgemental

SweetPrincess21 (Inactive)
  • By SweetPrincess21 (Inactive) · New reply November 13, 2012
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  • do you hated when people are so judgemental in high school/ college where they only talked to you just to say something negative and after the fact have no regret for saying it ...

A Blog All My Own

SemmieSweetheart
  • By SemmieSweetheart · New reply November 3, 2012
  • 7 replies
  • Hi, I'm back again, while I'm anxiously awaiting my return to the college campus and trading in my flats for sneakers, I have launched a blog. I got the idea from a few people here to write a book, but ...

Wheelchair ramps

AOMommy
  • By AOMommy · New reply October 23, 2012
  • 1 reply
  • I am looking into getting some kind of ramp for my 6-year-old daughter to go into the garage and get to the car independently. We are exploring all options, including getting a contractor to do this or ...

It Gets Better :)

SemmieSweetheart
  • By SemmieSweetheart · New reply July 4, 2012
  • 9 replies
  • So recently, I went through a little funk and found myself in a sort of melancholy state over the outcome of my first year of college. Then, after talking to several wonderful people here on Inspire I ...

The Worst Feeling

SemmieSweetheart
  • By SemmieSweetheart · New reply May 15, 2012
  • 14 replies
  • I am a 19 yr. old college student at all women's college living with CP. I find it extremely difficult to fit in here because my peers don't have the same health issues I do. To me these girls seem like ...

Taking forever to "sit"

learningpreemiemom
  • By learningpreemiemom · New reply February 28, 2011
  • 25 replies
  • I need some stories, good and bad, anything. I must admit, good ones will help. My son has been trying to sit independently for MONTHS now. Some days, he can sit for a minute with support from hands ...

Teen with spastic hemiplegia cp

HJAM2010
  • By HJAM2010 · New reply April 23, 2010
  • 3 replies
  • I am a teen with cp and have taught my self to be a fighter thoughout my life & never give up ...

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