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Volunteers will help match you with other families in your state or country. Visit our Local Support Group for families of Children who have Hemiplegia.

Infant and Childhood Stroke are two causes of hemiplegia or hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Visit our sister website, Kids Have Strokes, to learn more.

 

Encouraging Letters, Poems, and Stories from Parents

My Child's Hand by Annette Brennan

For Parents - a letter from Kevin, an adult with hemiparesis

Corban - an eight year old's father shares the many gifts that his son brings to his life. Corban has hemiplegia and loves to ride his three wheeler bike.

Parental Attitudes - written by Alan Shain

Carla's letter to Patrick - a letter from a 44 year old woman with cerebral palsy to an 8 year old boy with cerebral palsy.

When a child asks why? - a letter from the father of a boy with cerebral palsy

Another Way of Doing Things - a mother's thoughts

the GREAT why? - a young woman's thoughts on living with cp

As I Watch You Sleeping

Why Not Me?

God Knows a Good Mother by Erma Bombeck

To learn more about hemiplegia, hemiplegic cerebral palsy, or hemiparesis, visit the Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association website.

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