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GATEWAY2ACHIEVE PILOTING WITH UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY
Myron Cizdyn,, CEO of The BLPS Group is piloting their new LMS with the help of the good folks at United Cerebral Palsy of Central Florida
November 5, 2015: For infants, crawling is not only the typical step before walking, it's a gateway to exploration – exploration that encourages a child’s physical, mental, and social development.
But what happens when a child can’t crawl because he or she doesn’t have the necessary strength or coordination? That’s a situation typically faced by infants with cerebral palsy.
In this episode of Move Forward Radio, physical therapists Thubi Kolobe, PT, PhD, FAPTA, and Peter Pidcoe, PT, PhD, DPT, discuss their collaboration on a device that provides crucial movement assistance for children with cerebral palsy and other developmental delays. The Self-Initiated Prone Progression Crawler (SIPPC) is still evolving, but was was one of 13 projects recognized by the Smithsonian Institution’s “Innovation Festival” in September 2015.
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Read more about physical therapist's interventions for children at MoveForwardPT.com.
God still performs miracles today! Marlene Klepees was miraculously healed of cerebral palsy and medically verified by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. This remarkable woman of faith has an amazing story to tell and now sees God perform the miraculous through her ministry. We will have a live call in at the end of the program for healing prayer.
Find out more about Marlene's amazing story here!
TONIGHT @ 8 PM EST. 347.205.9089 Uncovering the Cause & Cures of Cerebral Palsy with Symptometry. Join Coach Khayr, Dr Maxwell Narty & Dr Charlie Abbott as we dig deep into the causes of this movement disorder.
In most cases, brain injury leading to cerebral palsy occurs during pregnancy and can be a life-long physical disability caused by damage of the the developing brain.
Dr Nartey is a therapeutic scientist and a licensed symptometrist. He is also a trained doctor of homoeopathic medicine (fellow @ the British INstitute of Homeopathy, England) with a solid background in cell biology, anatomy, physiology, naturopathy, nutrition, echocardiography, clinical sciences, quantum physics and pharmacology as well as in vaccines, microbiology and food science. He also holds a doctorate in natural health.
Symptometry is putting out the scientific information on the cells so that informed health-conscious individuals can make up their mind about what they want.
Dr Nartey will be coming on EVERY TUESDAY so ZOOM IN TUNE IN!!!!
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Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb and Adam Moore have been friends over 20 years, but have never spoken publicly about Moore's journey with Cerebral Palsy---until now. Tune in for not just an inspirational message but what we can learn about the importance of loving people for who they are.
Ladies and Gentlemen, on 5/13 at 4:30pm EST, Author Win Charles will be stopping by to tell us about her life living with Cerebral Palsy and her book about her life. You don't want to miss this show! This show will inspire you to meet and beat all of your challenges!
Talk to you soon!
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Tune is as Theodore Arthur Pinnock is an International Inspirational Disability Leader and Author talks to us about living with Cerebral Palsy. CP is a brain injury at birth. Theodore is the author of, “Rise From The Fall: A Jamaican American Lawyer's Tale.” Arthur is a father and husband. Arthur believes that we all have great potential. He also wants disabled people and young people to see that there is nothing wrong with making mistakes if you are willing to say you made those mistakes. We see a lot of leaders that deny their mistakes. A percent of the profits of my books will go to empowering the disabled. Please contact Theodore's brother, Jesse Lee for more information: 1(925) 822- 2760.
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Join The New Dawn Live Show on Monday, at 7:00 PM EST, as we welcome Rosyln Hamilton- Wife, Mother, Author and Entrepreneur.
She will share her testimony as to how she processed, withstood and is continuing to overcome the challenges that arise from nurturing and raising a son with multiple disabilities. Both of Rosyln's children were born premature. Her daughter was born at 27.5 weeks and weighed 2lbs 13 oz.and her son at 23:5 weeks and weighed 1lb 6 oz.
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Call in at 267-521-0178 or simply click on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newdawnministriesllc
The New Dawn Live Show is Created by New Dawn Ministries, LLC. Light For Overcoming Even The Darkest Of Nights. Website: justdawnllc.com
Sharon Byfield. The mother of Joey. I'm a loving mother of four. I love children and love working with them and helping them. I've been a foster mother for over 20 years and I've worked with pregnant teens, Medical Fragile babies, and Special Needs children. We have four children in which we love so dearly. Joey Byfield is a 12 year old boy who has Cru-de-Chat, Cerebral Palsy, and is also fed by a G-Tube. He doesn't walk or talk. But he's a loving boy and his spirit is as joyous as can be. He loves soft music, but he's a fan of Bob Marley. He will move those legs of his to jam to Bob Marley all day if he could. Joey is in need of a medical fragile bed that is very expensive, that will prevent him from falling out of bed, due to the fact that he can not break his falls. Joey has two sisters, an older brother; in which the youngest sister is medical fragile too. Joey wants to be where all the fun is and lives life to the fullest, omitting his situation.We hope this beautiful celebration can help him continue his life in a fulfilling way.
Cri du chat syndrome, also known as chromosome 5p deletion syndrome, 5p minus syndrome or Lejeune’s syndrome, is a rare genetic disorder due to a missing part of chromosome 5. Its name is a French term (cat-cry or call of the cat) referring to the characteristic cat-like cry of affected children. It was first described by Jérôme Lejeune in 1963. The condition affects an estimated 1 in 50,000 live births, strikes all ethnicities, and is more common in females by a 4:3 ratio
Lawton, OK – We often get so wrapped up in what’s happening to us, we believe we’re the only ones who have ever had to deal with our problem. No matter what we go through, someone else has already gone through it. You’re not alone. There’s someone out there to help you.
Cheryl Ginnings is an international speaker, best-selling author and the founder of Cheryl Ginnings Consulting. Drawing on her personal experience caring for a special needs child, Cheryl speaks with a sincere heart to uplift and inspire others.
“I understand the problems these families face,” says Cheryl. “They have no voice unless we speak up for them. I want to be that voice, and it’s my responsibility to help others find their voice as well.”
In the recently published #LOVE: A New Generation of Hope compiled by Anita Sechesky, Cheryl shares how having a son with cerebral palsy has brought so much love into their home. Cheryl's story is a reminder that out of the pain of suffering can come many blessings, but it takes courage to overcome.
Today, Blake is 45 years old. He loves sports, going on trips and pizza. But according to Cheryl, many parents aren’t equipped to handle the major financial burdens of their special needs children. In addition, feeling consumed by another person’s needs can lead to isolation and loneliness. She says the number one problem parents face is wondering what other people think of them.
“Your attitude is the key to how you live your life,” says Cheryl. “We knew why Blake had cerebral palsy, but it didn’t answer what we were going to do about it. You have to fight for your children and leave that negative attitude behind you."
For more information on Cheryl Ginnings, visit http://www.CherylGinnings.com
John W Quinn author of "Someone Like Me" an incredible and inspiring story of a mans journey with cerebral palsy
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