tag: Inclusion
Representation starts with conversation
Pop quiz! You're at a park with your little one and another family with a child using a walker arrives at the playground. How do you react? What do you do? I sometimes get asked this question when I'm talking to parents and families, and I encourage them to think about what they...
Therapy Interventions
As Sofia's mom, I want to do my best for her -- to provide her with the support, love and opportunities that will encourage her to be HER very best. As a parent to a child with a diagnosis of mild cerebral palsy, that includes lots of education, reading, listening, and tracking...
It's Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day
Building community is core to the WAWOS ethos. When the first walkercape was donated just over 3 years ago, the goal was for it to be about more than giving a cape...I wanted to spark conversations. To create connections. And to encourage others to look beyond an assistive device...
Go Green on March 25
March 25th is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day and WAWOS is campaigning to have the White House light up green to raise awareness for CP, the most common childhood physical disability. You can join our effort by completing a contact form here at the White House website ....