Growing Up Without Cerebral Palsy Awareness I didn’t hear anyone promote cerebral palsy awareness growing up. First of all, no one talked about my disability; thus, I didn’t know what it was or why I had it. Similarly, no one represented me on t.v. I didn’t meet another person with CP until college. It’s almost
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 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!
In this What CP Looks Like FB Live interview, cerebral palsy advocate Nicole Luongo talks to Kathy O’Connell about the sexual abuse epidemic society ignores. Find out why people with disabilities are assaulted at a rate of SEVEN times higher than the general population, how to have healthy relationships + more!
In this What CP Looks Like FB Live interview, disability advocate Nicole Luongo talks about overcoming odds with Ryan Raghoo, international athlete, speaker and founder of Enabled Not Disabled. Tune in to find out how exercise can help people with cerebral palsy and/or other disabilities, the link between mental health issues + more!
Cerebral palsy affects 17 million people worldwide. While it’s the most common physical disability in childhood, it’s also widely misunderstood. Nicole Luongo debunks popular cerebral palsy myths in this What CP Looks Like FB Live video.
Nicole Luongo talks about what not to say to people with disabilities, especially those with Alzheimer’s disease. Let’s think before we speak.
Dr. Martin Luther’s King Jr.’s wise words remind us that “forgiveness is not an occasional act, it is a constant attitude.”