What mom would have
Seven lessons I learned
Now is the time to help your middle school student with CP frame disability as an asset for today’s society and work world.
The small steps you take now to help your
youngster transform disability into a positive experience will help him or her
be ready to find meaningful work and build
Excerpt From Story 1
"I saw you come out of the
supermarket, pushing a cart full of groceries," Mrs. Barth shouted. Her
shrill voice rose
To show I was listening and understood,
"I was so surprised," Mrs.
I offered another nod. That's all I
Any reply in my fractured speech would have
gotten lost among the tuba notes, even though I was sitting next
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These are seven personal-experience, transformation stories (and seven learning experiences) about how I eventually framed my disability in my own mind. I didn’t have an opportunity to tell my mom about those experiences.
They are stories which now, decades later, may help you mentor your own youngster.
Story 1 - “Obvious Limitations,
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There are actually seven quick career-insight Little Books for parents of youngsters with CP
Each of the seven Little Books takes about 40 minutes to read.
Each illustrates and summarizes the essential career builders for your youngster’s age group – all through seven transformation stories about my personal experience as a person with CP.
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