Cerebral Palsy Positive's Founder.  A smiling African American woman with brown hair and eyes.

The Founder of Cerebral Palsy Positive


Cerebral Palsy Positive’s mission is to provide access to resources that focus on treatment options, aging while living with CP, and encouragement.  Encouragement that illuminates ABILITY vs “dis.”


We believe that for those challenged by CP to live their best possible lives, changes have to be made in the way the condition is viewed.  Instead of being considered a “pediatric condition", a more accurate term is “childhood-onset lifespan” condition. 


Our contribution to this transformation is to supplement treatment center transportation costs and copays for telehealth visits.  The other areas of life we highlight are Fitness, Education, Employment, and Financial Independence.

Globally, over 17 Million people have Cerebral Palsy.


Our 2021 Focus

Cerebral Palsy Positive’s focus is to raise funds to supplement costs for those that need treatment for CP.  We will be assisting with access of knowledgeable treatment and seeking/getting to health services.


With adults being the majority of the more than 1 million people in the US challenged with Cerebral Palsy, many face obstacles with access to treatment. Cerebral Palsy Positive will provide funds to supplement transportation costs and telehealth copays. Thus, enabling everyone living with CP to have access to lifespan healthcare.

2 Ways to Make an IMPACT

Transportation - Access

Your impact will contribute to CP Warriors living their BEST LIFE.

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" I cannot afford transportation/my copay for treatment."

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One treatment

Give $50.00 towards access to treatment.


Share The Message

Tell those that have CP that we have Centers of Excellence. 

Give $100.00 for one month of visits. 

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Write down that you have made a difference today and  donated toward six months of treatments.

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and strength

Supporting treatment for 

one year and know your hand lifted others.

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It takes Perseverance to Prevail