Tag Archives: cerebral palsy

What Is It Like Being A Disabled Dad?

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Laurence Clark is a stand-up comedian who has cerebral palsy. He lives with his wife Adele and his two sons Tom, seven, and Jamie, nine months. Here he describes both the challenges and the attitudes people have towards families like his. I guess my family does not fit with the typical image of 2.4 children. […]

November 22, 2016

Parenting with a disability

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By Halldor K. Bjarnason With some goals, the end is just the beginning. . . . For 27 years, I wanted to be a parent.  As a teenager, after working as a Beaver Scout leader and working a summer job with small children as a teacher’s aide, I knew that raising a child was an experience […]

November 18, 2016

Having Children When You Have Cerebral Palsy

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Currently, no scientific evidence suggests that people with cerebral palsy can’t have children of their own. In fact, numerous people all over the world with cerebral palsy have successfully given birth to healthy children. Yet, there are special circumstances that should be understood beforehand, for the best chances of success during and after pregnancy. Cerebral Palsy and […]

October 28, 2016

Spastic Cerebral Palsy Mom Welcomes Another Pregnancy!

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My name is Ginni Buller, I am 36 years old, and I have mild spastic cerebral palsy (CP). I am married to a wonderful man and have 2 children: Edward, born in November of 2008 and Sarah in 2005. A few years ago, I authored an article for NCPAD, ‘First Time Mom with Spastic Cerebral […]

October 27, 2016

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