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Lauren is a brave 15 year old girl with Cerebral Palsy. In October she gave a speech at The American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine. This was not an easy task for her, but she spoke clearly and bravely.

Lauren's grandfather John has kindly agreed to have this video posted. Please take some time to watch this moving video.



To read about Lauren's dream and her journey to raise awareness and funds for Cerebral Palsy (CP) please take a look at the following link:






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Avery Grey 12/02/2015 01:29

Wow, that is such an amazing video. My youngest son was born with CP and it has definitely been a challenge. He is almost three years old and is doing fairly well when it comes to mobility. Our doctor suggested getting involved in occupational therapy soon so we are looking into that right now. This video is so inspiring and I hope that my son will be able to have the ability to persevere and work hard like this girl.

Sian Eckersley 12/02/2015 22:37

Lauren is very inspiring and has done some very good work for CP and awareness. I wish you and your son all the best.

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Thank you for your comment. Lauren is a very brave girl.

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