Words #CPChatNow uses to describe our Twitter chat

#CPChatNow Recap- 10-14-2015

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Community thrives every Wednesday on Twitter at 8pm ET under the banner #CPChatNow. As these recaps document the weekly cerebral palsy Twitter chat provides a safe place to express frustration and celebrate exciting news. This week saw some familiar faces stop back in.

Yasmin is glad to be back.John W. Quinn Stops ByThe dialogue throughout the night revealed some exciting happenings for our community members.

Blake asks about what exciting things are going on.Catching up with YasminBooks like my memoir Off Balanced (available on the Kindle and Nook) prove important because cerebral palsy and disability in general needs a greater presence within pop culture. Such importance we touched upon last night.

The importance of disability on TV

Time for the Extend-the-Conversation question! What disability themed book or movie would you recommend to someone who wants to learn about disabilities? Why that particular book or movie? Leave your answer in the “Comments” section!

Continuing to recap last night’s chat a popular topic emerged in dancing and cerebral palsy.

Does cerebral palsy make you self-conscious about dancing?Momentum from yesterday’s #CPChatNow looks to carry over into next week. During next week’s Twitter chat my co-host Blake Henry and I will announce details for our October focus chat. Additionally next Thursday (October 22nd) we hold our monthly Google Hangout.

October 2015 #CPChatNow Google Hangout Reminder Words #CPChatNow uses to describe our Twitter chatNow before you channel your excitement for #CPChatNow’s big week next week into a countdown remember to answer the week’s Extend-the-Conversation question.

What disability themed book or movie would you recommend to someone who wants to learn about disabilities? Why that particular book or movie?

Answer in the “Comments” section!

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