Today is World Cerebral Palsy Day!
1 in 400 people have Cerebral Palsy in the UK.
Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term referring to a lifelong condition effecting movement and coordination as a result of a brain injury before, during or after birth.
Today we celebrate everyone with Cerebral Palsy. The young, the old, the boys, the girls, the men and the women. The students, the workers, the athletes, the bloggers, the campaigners, the writers, the grafters, the models, the game changers, the office workers, the teachers and the never give uppers. The artists, the mathematicians, the designers, the trial blazers, the retail assistants, the scientists, the coaches and the computer whizzes. The party animals, the dancers, the jokers, the stars of the show, the actors and actresses and the musicians. The film lovers, the comedians, the singers, the organisers, the fashionistas and the innovators. The list is endless!
Today we celebrate everyone with Cerebral Palsy and go green! 💚
Don't forget to #MoveAsOne at 1pm!
Looking forward to seeing everyone at 5pm tonight for our Virtual World CP Day Social!