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Born with cerebral palsy, actor RJ Mitte has a deep appreciation for Shriner's Children Hospital and an important message to share with children with cerebral palsy.RJ Mitte, who is best known for his role as Walter Jr. in Breaking Ba...
Students in the robotics club at Granada Hills Charter High School spent their summer building a low-cost exoskeleton that would help children with cerebral palsy walk.Exoskeletons for therapy can ...
19-year-old Jake has cerebral palsy and was walking along a rural highway in Monroe, Washington in search of his favorite animal - horses - when a stranger stopped him to offer help.Aaron Panagos said communication was difficult at fir...
At age three, Taylor Sanders was diagnosed with monoplegic infantile cerebral palsy. Doctors told her parents she would never be able to walk. However, not only did Taylor prove her doctors wrong, but she is also swimming competitively today in Zeph...
To nine-year-old Shaden Boston, who has cerebral palsy, a custom bike that his family spent months raising money for has provided him independence and freedom. On Tuesday night, however, that sense of freedom was violated when the bike was stolen from...