Playing Sports with Cerebral Palsy

Dan Hoffman Paralympic Soccer Player

Daniel Hoffman, member of the U.S. National Paralympic Soccer team has cerebral palsy and shares his experiences with training and playing sports. He discusses what it’s like to have a disability, offers advice for others with disabilities who are wanting to become involved with sports and more…

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Join Us for the International Day of Acceptance

United Cerebral Palsy and #MyLifeWithoutLimits has proudly pledged our support of 3E Love’s annual International Day of Acceptance. Please consider joining us in the movement for acceptance by wearing your heart on your sleeves and sharing your #DayofAcceptance story this January 20th!

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I Don’t Need a Cure

Photo of Daman Wandke

Daman Wandke is a User Interface Analyst who consults with numerous large companies on how they can improve their information technology accessibility. He also happens to have cerebral palsy and does not buy into the idea that he needs to be cured. “Yes, my body works differently but it’s not broken, nor sick, nor does it need to be cured,” Wandke explains….

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New Resource for People with Disabilities to be Community Driven

O’Ryan Case is the Director of Membership and Public Education for United Cerebral Palsy’s national office. He grew up in Maryland and lives there now, the proud dad of a three-year-old son. As a person with CP and the director of several of UCP’s programs, he has a very personal connection to UCP’s newest initiative, My Life…

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