Take a look at the beautiful story of Mel, a rescue dog with a neurological condition, and his amazing travels with his adopted Dad.
Cerebral Palsy is a condition that is most often caused by brain damage which occurs before or during the birth of an infant, or within the first few years of a child’s life. Cerebral Palsy, can affect motor skills, muscles and movement. Those with Cerebral Palsy are often able to lead a normal and satisfying life, and Occupational Therapists can often help them to achieve this. The following article from My Child: Cerebral Palsy Foundation discusses some of the key ways Occupational Therapy can assist those living with Cerebral Palsy.
“But it’s all right when you’re caught in pain, and you feel the rain come down.
It’s all right when you find you way, then you see it disappear.
It’s all right. Though your garden’s gray, I know all your graces someday will flower,
in a sweet sunshower.”
Chris Cornell, Sunshower
While driving is usually simply an adventure of fighting traffic to get from point A to point B, sometimes circumstances beyond our control can get in the way. Weather conditions, breakdowns, accidents and more can leave you stranded at the side of the road. As a driver it’s important to be prepared for these situations by having emergency items in your vehicle at all times. Many kits can be purchased online and at local retailers, or you can create your own emergency car kit, but ensuring you have these basic items in your trunk.
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Time is precious. As we all try to cram more into our days, weeks, and nights we are creating unsustainable expectations for ourselves and for those that rely on each of us to get stuff done. Whether working on a specific project or working to keep home, family and career running smoothly, the tips in the following infographic “Secrets to Successfully Managing Your Time” can help you to stay organized, stay focused and get things done!