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My normal childhood with cerebral palsy - Trendsetter Katherine's story - Scope

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Published on Feb 23, 2011

Children and young people with cerebral palsy can sometimes feel isolated, different, left out, angry and not understood.

Scope's Trendsetters project started in late 2009 because our helpline team (Scope Response) were receiving lots of inquiries from parents and carers about children and young people feeling just that.

In this film, one of our Trendsetters, Katherine explains that because of her impairment she sometimes has to do certain things differently, or use particular equipment, but that in every other respect she is just like anyone else. She talks about some of the things she enjoys in her life, and one of these is wheelchair basketball.

Find out more about our Trendsetters project at:
http://www.scope.org.uk/help-and-info...

Scope is all about changing society for the better, so that disabled people and their families can have the same opportunities as everyone else.
http://www.scope.org.uk

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