Every kid deserves to know the fun that comes with going down a slide, and a team in Israel is trying to make that possible. Two "Fixperts" from the the Holon Institute of Technology, Goren Harari and Adi Zohar, helped create a seat for a boy named Ali, who has cerebral palsy, so he can go down a slide. Show More Summary
Ali has cerebral palsy and so can't support his own bodyweight while going down a playground slide. So Goren Harari and his colleagues at the Holon Institute of Technology in Israel designed this seat that lets him safely use a slide. Show More Summary
Ten-year-old British boy did not want to participate in sports day at his school -- but now he's glad he did
Twins John and Joe Tardif may have different fates — one was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, while the other became a star athlete — but they share an incredible bond.
Dylan Hronec is wheelchair-bound due to cerebral palsy, but one filmmaker says there is more to his friend than his disability.
A waiter is being hailed as a hero for approaching a man with cerebral palsy struggling with his meal, and feeding him. The photo showing the simple act of kindness has gone viral. The heart-warming image shows a waiter helping a man who was diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease. Show More Summary
When Nicolas Hamilton was born, two months premature, his family was told he would never walk. He had a form of cerebral palsy that would cause a constant stiffness in the lower half of his body. By the age of 11 he was restricted to a wheelchair, but that didn't stop him from wanting to become a race car driver. Show More Summary
In the midst of a culture that prizes and praises strength as a portent of success, could weakness actually be heroic? If I told you that weakness is worthwhile, would you believe it?
Two grueling years of physical therapy totally paid off. Micah McDade, who was born with cerebral palsy, walked for the first time in his life to receive his diploma from Okmulgee High School in Oklahoma. "I just wanted to walk across...Show More Summary
The touching story of a pair of foster parents in Shanxi province who have chewed up their cerebral palsy-stricken daughter's food and fed it to her during every meal for the past 15 years has made waves online. [ more › ]
When Kevin Ely crosses the finish line on Saturday, he will have successfully completed his goal of running a marathon in all 50 states.
Blizzard has joined Naughty Dog in the quest to put an end to inaccessible games, by implementing customizable console controls in Overwatch.Click To Continue Reading
Micah McDade was born with cerebral palsy, but that didn't stop him from shocking his graduating class at their high school graduation...
Blizzard praised for including remappable controls which help players who struggle with standard layouts.
An Overwatch fan with cerebral palsy has thanked Blizzard for the extensive array of customisable controls in its new arena shooter. Zak - Reddit username zak552 - praised Blizzard for the way Overwatch caters for players who use alternative controls. Show More Summary
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High school students across the country are gearing up to walk across the stage to earn their diplomas. The feat may seem standard to many, but to Okmulgee High School student Micah McDade, walking across the stage meant so much more. Micah was diagnosed with cerebral palsy since birth and has been in a wheelchair for his entire life. Show More Summary
On May 20, Oklahoma high school graduate Micah McDade accomplisehd two amazing milestones.
The recent high school graduate was born with cerebral palsy and confined to a wheelchair his entire life — but he had one very important goal as Okmulgee High School graduation approached.