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Handicap This Guest Blog: Persevering Over Cerebral Palsy

Handicap This Productions continues bringing you guest bloggers with cerebral palsy for CP Awareness Month by welcoming a returning guest blogger, children’s author Zach Wood. Writing children’s books remains only one way Zach perseveres over his cerebral palsy. Today he shares how else he prevents CP from limiting him. Bathrooms spray you, cialis testimonial conditioners […]

Handicap This Guest Blog: A Precursor to Relationships

A week away from Valentine’s Day Handicap This realizes many people focus on relationships and love. When a disability enters the conversation the complex issue can increase in complexity. Today’s guest blogger Sarah Sweeney, who hosts the online show Differently Abled on The Illuminati Network, knows this and reminds us about an important precursor to […]

Transitioning from High School to College

Last month I enjoyed the opportunity to serve as a panelist for Parent to Parent of Georgia’s (P2PGA) webinar “Finding Your Way: Transitioning from High School to College.” The cyber event featured current college students or young alumni with disabilities giving advice to college bound high school students with disabilities. If you read P2PGA’s early […]

Special Education Students Deserve the Chance to Succeed

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Life Growing Up with Cerebral Palsy

Today’s Handicap This! guest blogger Darrell W. Pone M.D. demonstrates by focusing on the positives and with the right support system in place, you can achieve beyond others’ expectations. He accomplished what many might deem unlikely, becoming a medical doctor with cerebral palsy. Now retired, Dr. Pone wrote We’ve Come This Far By Faith 10 […]
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