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Forums & Chats
At times, living with a disability like cerebral palsy can be an isolating experience. Often, one may feel alone or excluded on the basis of their cerebral palsy affects them. Not being able to do the same things your colleagues do can easily make one feel estranged from their group of peers. It is important, however, to know that we are never alone. The following is a list of web forums and chat sites to help people with cerebral palsy reach out and find the support they may need.
United Cerebral Palsy
"UCP is the leading source of information on cerebral palsy and is a pivotal advocate for the rights of persons with any disability."
Yahoo! Cerebral Palsy Club
“Welcome! Parents of any children are welcome to chat here…”
Yahoo! Brain Injured Child Forum
"If you have a tiny child with brain injury and still don't know what to do with the problem, join this mailing list. Also, if you know of someone with MS, cerebral palsy, autism, and any other problems arising out of dysfunction of the brain or injury to it, join this discussion. There is help that you cannot even imagine...."
Yahoo! Kid Power
“A support and information list for families whose children are mildly affected by cerebral palsy and/or other disabilities. If you are a therapist, doctor, caretaker or parent of a special needs child you are very welcome..."
Archives of CPParent - For Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy
"An internet resource contributed by Saint John's..."
Ontario Federation for Cerebral Palsy Message Board
"This message board is provided by the OFCP to support people with CP, their families, and others seeking peer support. We respectfully request that all postings relate to CP and general disability issues..."
"explore various discussion experiences..."
Cerebral palsy discussion forum.
HealthBoards Bulletin Board
Online forum for people with cerebral palsy.
Mark E. Smith's online guide to mobility products, including a message board, powerchair diaries, article archives, and more.
Cerebral Palsy Connection
“CPC exists to allow those with CP to communicate with each other. Communication is very important in coping with the disability. All too often those with CP (or any other disability) feel isolated and alone. Communication is just as much a healing method as therapy or medication used by doctors. CPC soul existence is to bridge the gap and tries to help people realize they are not alone in the world in everything that must be dealt with CP..."
AbillityInfo Reading Room
Visit the Disability Bookshop, the Disability Book Resources, The Magazine Rack, and search Reviews and Discussion.
Cerebral Palsy and Deaf Organization
"Our mission is to provide a website that welcomes those who share the combined challenge of cerebral palsy and deafness. We are here to reach out to others and to offer a place to ask questions, discuss topics, find out what's happening, or contribute personal experiences..."
“A global community of disability-related resources."
Pediatric Development and Behavior: Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Online Community
Web site resource for clinical information and educational material on developmental, learning, and behavioral problems. Main audience is physicians, but the web site may also be of interest to psychologists, nurses, social workers, therapists, educators, and parents.
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