Cerebral Palsy

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“Hi I'm I'm Morgan. I'm from Oklahoma. I'm a student, best friend  professional cellphone carrier and goofball. I also have Cerebral Palsy. I was born about 3 months premature causing me to sustain brain damage leading to the disability. Despite my challenges I live life to the fullest. Im a human rights advocate that loves helping people.  I will obtain  my Sociology Human Services degree in 2020. Hopefully this necklace will help to be a conversation starter for my disability advocacy. I want people to know that they can do anything, perhaps just differently. This necklace inspires me to continue to spread a message of inclusion and capability for everyone facing adversity. Most importantly this necklace inspires me to be my own superhero!” @magic_morganalex

 

Naimah was diagnosed with Ridgid, spastic quad Cerebral Palsy at the age of 3, she has been in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and ,speech therapy since she was 3 months old. She has spent countless hours in and out of drs/hospitals, currently struggling trying to control her seizures due to also having multi-focal Epilepsy, one of the hardest to control. She works 10× harder than all of her peers, and does it with a smile on her face. She is also currently recovering from surgery on her legs, to improve her walking ability. Ive never seen anything hold my daughter back, I've always taught her she CAN do anything, as a toddler she was NOT allowed to say the words " I Can't"!! I can not wait to see what the future holds for my daughter,  it's definitely looking very bright. She is proud to wear this green necklace bringing awareness to Cerebral Palsy and her "EVERYDAY" bringing awareness is key, the more people KNOW the easier it is to accept and include one another. Thank you so much for aiding in spreading awareness for our cause.” @cpwarrior_cpmom

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