If you have read my last blog, you’ll be aware of my current wheelchair issues and the frustration it’s causing. At the time of writing my last blog, I stupidly thought I was nearing the end of my issues. Little did I know there was further drama in store. Frustrated by being told I’d haveContinue reading Wheelchair Woes . . . Sadly Continued
Happy new year!! It’s that time again when we make promises to ourselves about how we’ll lose weight or give up something and yet we all know, by the end of January it’s all long forgotten! Last New Year, I made a very public resolution that I would get my second book published. As it’sContinue reading Happy New Year – That’s life!
Leon Taylor has Cerebral Palsy and is a former Paralympic footballer. He’s an Ambassador and Trustee of Cerebral Palsy Sport and also the UK representative of the World CP Day Committee. Here’s his blog. . . I was born with Cerebral Palsy, which predominantly affects the right side of my body. As a former ParalympicContinue reading Guest Blog: Leon Taylor – Striving to help others with Cerebral Palsy
Thomas Talbot is 13 years old and has Cerebral Palsy – it hasn’t stopped him from becoming a successful international Racerunner. Here’s his story. . . My story Hi – my name is Thomas. I’m 13 years old and I live near Lincoln. I am an International RaceRunner and I have cerebral palsy. I haveContinue reading Guest Blog: Thomas Talbot – My Racerunning Story