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’Tis The Season: Seven Tips To Help You and Your Child Travel Smarter

For some of us, a holiday isn’t complete until we’ve visited our family and friends. For those of us blessed with children, naturally, spending hours in a car or on a plane can be stressful. But parents of children with cerebral palsy or other birth injuries often find traveling presents particular challenges. However, says one more…


Make The Most Of The Meet and Greet On The Holidays

The holidays are a time to celebrate, laugh, share memories — and make new ones — with friends and family. But the parents of children with birth injury-caused conditions may find the holiday season presents some challenging situations. But with some planning, your child — as well as your friends and relatives — can all more…


Overcoming Cerebral Palsy, Artist Paints Hands-Free

Astro Saulter is a 34-year old Jamaican pictorial artist with a knack for vivid colors and happy lines. One writer claims he’s “incredibly talented.” He has exhibited his work in a gallery. Yet, Astro cannot speak. In fact, Astro’s cerebral palsy has left him confined to his wheelchair. But his talent, combined with technology, has allowed more…


Have A Ghoulishly Good — and Safe — Halloween

Don’t look now, but Halloween is right around the corner. On All Hallows Eve, ghosts, and goblins — not to mention princesses, rock stars, witches and cowboys — will roam through their neighborhoods in search of bite-size pieces of sugary goodness. If your child is in a wheelchair or uses a cane, there’s no reason he more…