I fight for My Rights with Cerebral Palsy

Goals..Dreams..Determination..Happiness= Happy life

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This is my tilt challenge story I hope my story makes it into the showcase so I can go to Washington 

 

Doctors told my parents I would never be able to see, hear,talk or do anything for myself as a normal child. 
From that day on my family and I saw a different point of view. 
Filled of hopes, dreams and possibilities or even miracle. 
As a child living with a condition facing with many challenges, I  just wanted to be treated like everyone else. 
I refuse to let anything get in my way and dig me down. As I grew up my left hand was often a fist, my head stayed to the left over the years after surgeries and intense therapy progress   was made! 
At the age of 4  
Department of education plan on placing me in a classroom with intellectually challenged students. 
So they begin to use my disability as a way to define me from then. 
I was the only one in my wheelchair in my classes. 
I was in  special education mainstream classes. 
Stayed at the top of my classes academically. 
Especially in my high school was where I stayed invisible one.  
Once they see my wheelchair they think I can't do anything. That’s when they were wrong. You can't judge a book by its cover.  
They had no plan for my future and that was wrong. 
The only plan they had was to place me in a special program due to my physical limitations. 
It was up to me to make my future bright  
As I started college, they already labeled as wheelchair bound a phrase which I refuse to be called. Its a part of me 
I am diagnosed mild mentally delayed. I am an advocate for those with disabilities and also serve on many committees, travel to Albany for the last year for meetings. 
My goal is to write a book about my life.   
I am also an honor student in college which makes me very proud of myself.  
That proves physical disabilities can't stop someone from achieving their goal in life.  
     I was not born with Cerebral Palsy but I received medical neglect during my stay in the intensive care, I development it. It effects my motor skills in my legs and arms but it does affect my "mind" 

Doctors told my parents I would never be able to see, hear,talk or do anything for myself as a normal child. 

From that day on my family and I saw a different point of view. 

Filled of hopes, dreams and possibilities or even miracle. 

As a child living with a condition facing with many challenges, I  just wanted to be treated like everyone else. 

I refuse to let anything get in my way and dig me down. As I grew up my left hand wasoften a fist, my head stayed to the left over the years after surgeries and intense therapyprogress   was made! 

At the age of 4  

Department of education plan on placing me in a classroom with intellectually challenged students. 

So they begin to use my disability as a way to define me from then. 

I was the only one in my wheelchair in my classes. 

I was in  special education mainstream classes. 

Stayed at the top of my classes academically. 

Especiallyin my high school was where I stayed invisibleone.  

Once they see my wheelchair they think I can't do anything. That’s when they were wrong. You can't judge a book by its cover.  

They had no plan for my future and that was wrong. 

The only plan they had was to place me in a special program due to my physical limitations. 

It was up to me to make my future bright  

As I started college, they already labeled as wheelchair bound a phrase which I refuse to be called.Itsa part of me 

I am diagnosed mild mentally delayed. I am an advocate for those with disabilities and also serve on many committees, travel to Albany for the last year for meetings. 

My goal is to write a book about my life.   

I am also an honor student in college which makes me very proud of myself.  

That proves physical disabilities can't stop someone from achievingtheir goal in life.