Phone: 212 520 1686
Why Early Detection Of Cerebral Palsy Matters
CP is a brain injury that occurs before, during or shortly after birth however it is not typically diagnosed until after age 2. CPF’s Early Detection Initiative is bringing the age of diagnosis down to 6-12 months and in some cases even before babies have left the hospital.
The Special Joys of Vacation for Families With Disabled Children
Some people love vacation because they get to visit interesting places, see cool stuff, try new activities, and eat with abandon. Our family enjoys all of that, but we also adore going away because of what we don’t do: stick with a schedule…
The Making of Holly Palmer’s “A Family Album”
Challenges notwithstanding, for both my husband Joe and I, life is infinitely better since Maceo came along. He is persistent, funny and loves music more than anyone I’ve ever met…
6 Ways To Be More Inclusive (in the workplace)
1. Make sure your office is accessible by applying universal design principles to your office space. Universal design is a design approach that works to ensure that buildings and products can be accessed, understood…
Hidden Bias Quiz
In honor of #worldcpday, take our hidden bias and commit to furthering inclusion for people with disabilities. #breakthebias for #worldcpday
Staying on Track with Phoebe Sherry – Working with Chronic Pain
According to the CDC, about 20 percent of people have chronic pain. Other studies with adults have found that up to 84 percent of people with cerebral palsy experience pain and that as many as half feel pain every day.