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Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month 2020, March 12th

Cameron is 23-years-old and has Cerebral Palsy. It affects both of his legs and the left side of his body meaning that he uses a wheelchair to get around. 

Cameron loves his job, spending time with his friends, going to the theatre and supporting Aston Villa. 

People describe Cameron as passionate for what he believes in and a sociable young man who likes to live life to the full!

Cameron doesn't like it when others talk to the person he is with when he's out and about. He also doesn't like it when people assume he needs help just because he's in a wheelchair.

If Cameron could change one thing for other youngsters with physical disabilities it would be accessibility. He would also change public transport as well as people's perceptions about disability.

Cameron says, "Live life to the full and take every opportunity without hesitation - this is exactly what I've done and it has paved the way to some incredible opportunities as a young person with Cerebral Palsy!".

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