Cerebral Palsy advocate Nicole Luongo vlogs about how ‘SDR Changes Lives’ one year after selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery with Dr. T.S. Park on St. Louis, on the cusp of turning 40 years old.
Nicole Luongo shares the success formula she applied after selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery. Follow her simple advice to achieve anything in life. Ability + Motivation + Attitude = The Secret to Success!
Cerebral palsy advocate Nicole Luongo vlogs about braving bike camp at 41 years old, after having selective dorsal rhizotomy (SDR) surgery in 2013. Watch her do what she once thought was impossible.
Disability advocate Nicole Luongo tackles mental health in this FB Live video. Let’s talk about it, take charge of it, end the stigma! Learn the statistics, ways to feel better and find out about the connection between cerebral palsy + mental health.
Disability advocate Nicole Luongo shares what happened when she wrote to The White House about Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month + SDR, a life-changing surgery for adults and children with cerebral palsy. Follow her tried-and-true tips to get your cause noticed.
On National Pay it Forward Day, author Nicole Luongo shares why you should put these 3 must-read cerebral palsy books on your reading list. Each compelling book is written by a person thriving with CP — and, one memoir is written by a woman who thought she had CP for 30 years!
Meet the CP celebrities you should know. Writer Nicole Luongo tells why these 7 cerebral palsy advocates need notoriety for raising awareness for cerebral palsy — the disability that gets the least attention in the media.
Cerebral Palsy Awareness deserves attention, yet it continues to get ignored by the media year after year. Disability advocate Nicole Luongo and her friends from the CP Dream Team are on a mission to change this. See what they’ve accomplished + learn how you can help paint the world green for CP.
Author and poet Nicole Luongo pens this We Are Cerebral Palsy poem celebrating National CP Awareness Day in the United States on March 25 along with the 17 million people worldwide living with the most common physical disability in childhood.