Cerebral Palsy Parents: How to Stay Fit

January 6, 2021

When you have a child with cerebral palsy, you are going to that your free time is rare. This is especially true if your child has moderate to severe cerebral palsy. Caregivers often find that their lives are fully entwined in taking care of their children and that they don’t take time to take care […]

Tips For Surviving Birth-Related Injuries

November 6, 2020

Around six in every 1,000 children born in the U.S. every year have serious birth injuries, causing issues such as fractures, developmental/neurological disorders, or disorders affecting a child’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture – such as cerebral palsy (CP). Receiving a diagnosis of a condition such as CP can be distressing, so it […]

Emerging Technical Career Paths in Sports for Non-Athletes

September 29, 2020

Are you fond of sports? Almost every person has a favorite sport. Some people rejoice the March madness, cheering up for the best basketball team, while others enjoy cricket fever all year round. All passionate sports fans are eager to become a part of this industry, but everyone is not an athlete. Instead of letting […]

Five Steps for Moving on From a Serious Personal Injury

September 25, 2020

Suffering from a serious injury can completely change your life. It can keep you from going to work, it can keep you from being active, and it can make you feel like you aren’t really participating in life the way you want. You don’t want to deal with your injury any longer than you have […]

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