Cerebral Palsy

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Cerebral Palsy

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Living with cerebral palsy – Kayleigh’s story (part two)

One thing to bear in mind when researching cerebral palsy (CP) is there are many types of the condition and no two people are the same. I have met so many others with CP and while some of us may share similarities we are completely different.

Much of my condition has affected my legs, meaning I am unable to walk, though I can weight bear just enough to transfer from my wheelchair to a chair. I also have weak hands leaving me with no fine motor movement; this means buttons, zips and shoelaces are an impossible task for me. Additionally, I can only write for a short period of time before I have to take a break; you can always tell when I am getting tired because of how my handwriting…

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