Fears of Being Different #CerebralPalsy

This week was a big week for Trace. He had POD presentations at school, and all week I had to listen to the contant droning of how he didn’t want to do it. How he didn’t want to go. He was afraid he’d mess up. Afraid the kids would laugh at him. Afraid he’d forget […]

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Incontinence and Cerebral Palsy

As a mom of a boy with “special abilities” I like to call them (Cerebral Palsy and Asperger’s) one thing many people do not talk about is the link between incontinence and disabilities and how to help or what to do in order to make your child feel better about themselves. Trace is five years old […]

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Cerebral Palsy and Pain Management

  No mother that I know of likes to see her child in pain. In fact it creates this sick feeling deep inside of us that kinda makes you want to vomit. Like when your kid goes missing after being out of your site for 30 seconds and you get that rush of fear that […]

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