A mechanical engineer has developed a new assessment of motor control in children with cerebral palsy which could help predict which patients are -- or are not -- likely to benefit from invasive surgical interventions.
Last week, 16-year-old Hunter Gandee and his brother, Braden, walked 111 miles — from his hometown of Temperance, Michigan, to the steps of the state capitol. Hunter carried Braden almost all the way. SEE ALSO: Brothers fake a zombie...Show More Summary
Everton fan George Shaw, who has cerebral palsy, has become an internet sensation after inspiring kids all over the world to play football. The 9-year-old is a true inspiration to many young people out there and has shown real heart and determination to succeed. As mentioned in the video, George Shaw’s parents were told to be prepared […]
Theater Critic With Cerebral Palsy Hopes To Appear On Broadway Himself: A young man with cerebral palsy is not letting his physical limits hold him back when it comes to his dreams.
It happened more than a decade ago, but journalism professor John Nicholson vividly remembers criticizing verb tenses used by the sports department of Syracuse University's radio station and the intense stare he got from Jason Benetti in return.
Peter Byrne has cerebral palsy, and the way he gri...
A PlayStation fan who has cerebral palsy received a very special package one day.
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When Alex Nawabi adapted a controller for someone with cerebral palsy, he reopened a whole avenue of experience At the beginning of March, 21-year-old PlayStation owner Peter Byrne sent an email to Sony. Byrne has cerebral palsy andShow More Summary
Now here is a modern day story that will certainly warm your hearts and send tingles down your spine – a PlayStation employee (who is obviously under Sony’s payroll at the end of it all) decided to help out a gamer who suffers from Cerebral Palsy by delivering a custom DualShock 4 controller. Show More Summary
PlayStation marketing employee engineers solution to help gamer.
People who have the cerebral palsy movement disorder can find it hard to operate gadgets since a majority of the devices out there don’t take into account the difficulties that people with cerebral palsy might face when navigating the interface. Show More Summary
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A member of Sony's marketing team went above and beyond the call of duty to create a custom game controller for a 21-year-old with cerebral palsy. Peter Byrne e-mailed Sony's support team about a problem he was having with the Playstation...Show More Summary
It's tough to use gadgets when you have cerebral palsy -- few of their interfaces take the movement disorder into account. However, a Sony staffer went the extra mile to make sure this wasn't a problem for one gamer. When Peter Byrne...Show More Summary
What I learned from my operation. Like so many others my age, at 14 I desperately wanted to be just like everyone else. But unlike most of my peers, I had spent 14 years trapped inside of a body that wouldn’t let me move. I was born with cerebral palsy and had dealt with mobility issues my entire life. Show More Summary
One young man was having trouble using the DualShock 4, so a PlayStation employee decided to help him out.
A kind Sony employee has gone out of his way to build a custom DualShock 4 controller for a disabled player. Peter Byrne has Cerebral Palsy, a condition that affects an individual’s motor skills, and he, unfortunately, struggled with the standard DualShock 4 controller. Show More Summary
PlayStation 4 fan Peter Byrne, who has cerebral palsy, has received a specially-made controller to help him play. The custom pad was modded by Sony's Alex Nawabi, a PlayStation staff member who works on the company's research and development team (thanks, Kotaku). Show More Summary
College student Peter Byrne has cerebral palsy, and as a result has been having problems with his new DualShock 4 controller. Or, was having problems, until a PlayStation employee got him sorted out. Read more...