Free School Assemblies for Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

Whilst I don’t make a habit of wishing my life away, I have been thinking about Cerebral Palsy (CP) Awareness Month in March. It’s always a good opportunity to share information and stories about my CP, as well as raising general disability awareness.

This year I’ve decided to offer four schools a free Disability Awareness Assembly during March. The assembly will last around 30 minutes and will cover:

  • What Cerebral Palsy is and how it affects me;
  • How I overcome some of the challenges of having a disability;
  • The things children can do to include their disabled peers;
  • An opportunity to ask me questions about Cerebral Palsy or disability in general.

I’ve done several of these assemblies in the past and the children have always responded brilliantly and engaged with thoughtful and surprising questions!  The feedback from teachers and parents has been always been positive and supportive.

This opportunity is open to Sandwell and Birmingham schools only. However, I am open to doing virtual assemblies if schools are able to facilitate this.

To book your free assembly or for more information, please contact me.