Brain Injury and Cerebral Palsy: Providing Care & Driving to a Cure!

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11 thoughts on “Brain Injury and Cerebral Palsy: Providing Care & Driving to a Cure!

  1. Aziida Nsubuga

    THANKS FOR THE NETWORK SUPPORT OF CP CHILDREN. I wish to join the network to share more of support and rehabilitation stories to benefit my cp child aged 12.

  2. DEEPA SHARMA

    HI MY SON IS 9 YEARS OLD .THREE YEARS BACK HE GOT AN HEAD INJURY AND LOST HIS BODY CONTROL. HE IS NOT ABLE TO TALK,WALK OR EVEN HE CANT SIT ON HIS OWN . HE IS RECOVERING SLOWLY AND STEADILY. PLEASE IF ANY BODY CAN ADVISE US ON THIS TOPIC CAN CONTACT ME BY REPLYING THIS POST

  3. dr.m.shailaja

    my friends son is 6yrs old a child with cerebral palsy. he is not able to walk, talk and no neck controle. can you plz help the child.and ibeing a doctor i am very happy to know about bright and i can suggest them to go for help and furthur treatment of such children. thank you very much for this kind of a help to the cerebral palsy children.

  4. gloria tari

    hi! i am a mother of 4 years old boy who affect with cerebral palsy.could you please help send us wheel chair that he could use to move around with it? love all the children who faced this kind of sickness. god bless you!

    1. admin1

      At this time BRIGHT is not able to help fund equipment. We will be updating our website at http://www.cpcare.org with a list of Foundations that do offer help in this area. Please check back in a few weeks.

  5. wendy

    Hi, I’m a mom of a 19 year old young man who just graduated 13th in this high school class and is off to college despite a nurse telling me, “most babies like him end up in institutions” I was recently asked to present our story at a TEDx talk- its on you tube now…I was determined to give my son the quality of life he sooooo deserved!!! Every child deserves the same- google my name Wendy Lofthouse, My Son Lesson Learned

    This is the note from his childhood therapist…

    Thanks so much for alerting me to your TED video. How way cool. Not only is Devin the most awesome kid, but he is that way part and partial to your strong parenting. YOU are also a role model of how to parent a child with a disability so that child does not grow with narcissism and emotional immaturity; which I often see secondary to the ‘guilt’ factor of parents, and parenting with bargaining and empty consequences. Kudos to you, as I can’t imagine the hardships you overcame to do such an awesome job. You were loving, firm, organized and consistent. And it was your persistence in all these qualities that helped mold such a healthy and well-adjusted young adult. Certainly Devin has his own genetic composition for his drive, understanding, empathy and integrity that have made you both an incredible team. You and Devin have contributed greatly to society! Thanks for that!

    Enjoy what remains of the summer!

    Paula

  6. pushpraj singh thakur

    hi my son is three year old he is not able to walk and sit even or to talk what should i do we will do any thing for him

    1. BRIGHT

      Please join the BRIGHT Facebook Group. We have over 300 active parents who have kids just like yours. They share info and help each other.

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