When 17 year-old Hope got in touch with CP Teens UK, she asked if a campaign could be run that showcased the talents and skills of young disabled people. Hope, who has Cerebral Palsy, felt that often, people see her disability before they see her as a person. Hope wanted people to start to see the person rather than the disability and came up with the campaign name 'Not So Disabled Now'.
In the first ever campaign for CP Teens UK, we feature some wonderful stories of young disabled people showcasing their talents, skills and hobbies with the aim of challenging perceptions and stereotypes.
Keep checking back to see the latest stories and follow #NotSoDisabledNow on Twitter!
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