Embracing Life on Wheels – a Column By Jessica Grono
Jessica Grono is an educator, speaker and writer. Jessica has a degree inEducation. She is a wife and mother of two children. Jessica has several blogs because she enjoys educating people on cancer, cerebral palsy, parenting and general knowledge. Jessica is former Ms. Wheelchair Pennsylvania.
Arthritis is a common condition affecting more than 54 million people in the U.S. When someone has cerebral palsy, the chance of developing arthritis is significantly higher. I have arthritis, ... Read more
Gratitude is an important part of any happiness journey. Without gratitude, feeling happy about anything can seem almost impossible. Thanksgiving seems like an opportune time to share why we ... Read more
Currently, the unemployment rate is low because there are more jobs available. However, for someone with a disability, finding gainful employment continues to be a struggle. Too often, employers ... Read more
Students with disabilities are gaining access to higher education more than in the past. Accessibility laws have helped greatly, but some students require more than access to be successful. ... Read more
Before reading this, recall memories where you felt complete freedom. Cerebral palsy robs people of that feeling almost every second of the day. Sometimes, however, we forget we have ... Read more
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