Kelly’s Choice Radio Show Interview

I will be on Kelly’s Choice Radio Show (click on the link to listen) with Edwina Wilson on today, March 3, from 2-3 p.m. EST discussing Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, SDR, What CP Looks Like and more! I’m honored to be on the show two years in a row.

Let’s Talk Cerebral Palsy on Love860AMWAEC! Click listen live on http://www.kellyschoiceinc.org to listen to the show.

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SDR Update: Pilates and Physical Therapy

Nearly 3.5 years after my surgery, I finally found something worthy of some of my fundraising money: a purple (my favorite color) AeroPilates Reformer Plus purchased on eBay!


I’ve heard about the benefits of Pilates, and I’ve wanted to try it.  I know it will work my muscles in an entirely different way. Jumping around is fun but I look forward to gentler form of exercise. I know it will work my muscles in an entirely different way. Looks easy? Think again!

Thank you to everyone who donated to my fundraiser. I’m putting the money to good use. This is What CP Looks Like!

Special Books by Special Kids Interview

BREAKING NEWS: Dreams really do come true! I’ve been chosen to be interviewed by Christopher Ulmer from Special Books by Special Kids on June 23! I’ve always wanted to meet Chris and cannot believe this is real! I’m honored to represent the 17 million people who have cerebral palsy and to show the world What Cerebral Palsy Looks Like! Of course, I’ll talk about SDR, too. 🙂

Be sure to check out SBSK’s new website and donate if you can. Please share!

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Stay tuned for the link to the video!

1/23/17: UPDATE – I know many of you have been waiting to see my interview with Special Books by Special Kids. Due to technical difficulties, it will not be featured on their page. I’ll see if Chris can send me a clip to share. I look forward to being interviewed again when he comes back to South Florida.

My First Article for The Good Men Project!

My first article has been published by The Good Men Project!

Click on the link and comment directly under it (on The Good Men Project’s site, too); this will help a lot.

Please share, tweet, etc. to raise awareness for cerebral palsy and SDR. Thank you! ❤