The Mighty published the article I wrote for Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day! Click here to read it.
Please wear green on March 25 (and throughout the rest of March) to show support! You can also send me your pictures or post them on What CP Looks Like.
Thanks for supporting the 17 million people worldwide living with cerebral palsy.
I’m excited to announce that What Cerebral Palsy Looks Like and my friends at CP DreamTeam are working together to promote Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month 2017 and National CP Awareness Day on March 25.
Watch the pinned post here to find out how you or your child can be featured on our Facebook pages in March.
Learn more CP and please share these 31 facts about the most common disability in childhood.
Join us on the green carpet! Help show the world what CP looks like and wear green to support the 17 million people living with cerebral palsy.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with World CP Day and honored to be included in their latest video. Please share it to help raise awareness for cerebral palsy.
I’m honored to have my name on this shirt — designed by my friends Richelle Heath, Heaven Ramsey and their team — to raise awareness for World CP Day on October 5. Please join their World CP Day t-shirt Sale event on Facebook.
It’s so cool to see so so many of my friends’ names on the this design — along with world-renowned neurosurgeon for SDR Dr. Park — plus Alyssa Porter and Christopher Ulmer from Special Books by Special Kids. The shirt also includes the #WorldCPDay hashtag per request from Robyn Cummins at World CP Day!
Help us paint the world green by purchasing a shirt and/or sharing this blog post to increase sales. The shirts will be on sale from July 4 – September 15, 2016. **The prices include shipping and handling.** Note: You DO NOT need a PayPal to make a purchase! Click on the link and it will give you OTHER payment options. **U.S. orders ONLY.** Every shirt comes with a free pin and wristband!
Thank you for supporting the estimated 800,000 children and adults (I am one) in the United States — and over 17 million worldwide — living with cerebral palsy. Let’s show the world What CP Looks Like!