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A few years later, the Ojai Valley couple adopted a girl who had been John's foster sister — Frances, who also has cerebral palsy.
Authorities released Rosa Maria Hernandez, who has cerebral palsy, after the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit.
Young started collecting model trains in the ’90s as a way of bonding with his son Ben, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy in 1978.
John, who has cerebral palsy, is a rich, bratty grad student; Ani, a double amputee, is a hilariously foul-mouthed North Jersey terror.
Rosa Maria has cerebral palsy and is being detained at a shelter for unaccompanied minors in San Antonio.
Difficulties in chewing and swallowing foods can sometimes affect the nutritional intake of people with cerebral palsy, leading to the possibility of malnutrition.
These details include how states managed eligibility requirements and waiting lists, how often Medicaid will allow a growing child with cerebral palsy to replace her wheelchair, Medicaid reimbursement levels to specialty physicians, and more.
Their oldest, Liam, has cerebral palsy - the most common motor disability in childhood, affecting about 1 in every 323 kids in the United States.
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