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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.
(Video Link) Micah McDade of Okmulgee, Oklahoma was born with cerebral palsy. He uses a wheelchair throughout his daily life. But he decided that he wanted to make a big change for his high school graduation: he wanted to walk across the stage to receive his diploma. Show More Summary
Hes a comedian with cerebral palsy, and hell teach you more about health and fitness than any expert or trainer.
An Illinois women who admitted to killing her disabled daughter with a lethal dose of pills was sentenced to just four years in prison on Wednesday, ABC News 13 reports. Bonnie Liltz, 56, was the primary caregiver for her 27-year-old daughter Courtney who had severe cerebral palsy, according to the report. The Schaumburg, Illinois woman […]
Absolutely love stories like this one. New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees gave a special needs kid the surprise of a lifetime when he got the opportunity to meet his idol on Monday. 10-year-old Hunter Glass, who has Cerebral Palsy and was also born 12 weeks premature, cried tears of joy as he got to see and […]
When people think of sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), images of middle aged adults likely come to mind. However, a recent study by Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare sheds light on another population of people who are affected by the disorder: children who have cerebral palsy (CP). read more
Saints' Drew Brees surprises child with cerebral palsy
On February 19, 2012, Jeeja Ghosh, an activist who is suffering from cerebral palsy, was about to board a Spicejet flight from Kolkata to Goa. She was travelling to attend a conference for differently abled people, conducted by NGO ADAPT (Able Disable All People Together). Show More Summary
What’s it like to be with someone who is gay and disabled and an occasional hot mess? As a gay man living with Cerebral Palsy, I get asked this question a lot–in one form or another. I could tell you all about it. But what’s the fun in that? Instead, in a moment or sheer genius [...]
For highly trained Paralympic athletes with cerebral palsy (CP), bone mineral density and other measures of body composition are similar to those of able-bodied adults of similar age, reports a study in the American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, the official journal of the Association of Academic Physiatrists. The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.
Writer and blogger Nicole Luongo recalls what her life was like before undergoing groundbreaking surgery. The post SDR: Life-Changing Surgery for Cerebral Palsy appeared first on The Good Men Project.
WHITTIER - Someone broke into a Whittier family’s car and didn’t take money in the cup holder or even the pricey radio.The thief stole an electronic device — it looks like a tablet — but it helps a boy with cerebral palsy communicate with the world.Zachary Bernal’s family is naturally anxious and desperate to get the device back. Show More Summary
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.