On Wednesday, December 30th #CPChatNow presents a focus chat about New Year resolutions.

#CPChatNow Recap- 12-23-2015

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On Christmas Eve’s eve members from the cerebral palsy (CP) community gathered for the second last #CPChatNow in 2015. A live weekly cerebral palsy Twitter chat, #CPChatNow takes place every Wednesday at 8pm ET. This week began with my co-host Blake Henry answering last week’s extend-the-conversation question.

Blake talks about his siblings and how the react to his cerebral palsy.

Every week I include an “extend-the-conversation” question in the weekly recap. The question’s moniker explains the purpose, to extend the conversation! Said question gives those not on Twitter the chance to participate in the dialogue. You can answer by commenting directly here.

Anyways, back to the week’s recap! Blake’s answer to last week’s extend-the-conversation question led to discussion about another topic, cerebral palsy and falling.

#CPChatNow discusses cerebral palsy and falling.As the night progressed we also talked much about Christmas.

What does Christmas mean to you?Other specifics from the Christmas subject I’m unable to share here. Certain Christmas gossip I promised not to incorporate into the recap. Some chats you just need to show up to!

Looking ahead our last live Twitter chat for the year will focus on 2016.

On Wednesday, December 30th #CPChatNow presents a focus chat about New Year resolutions.Feel free to suggest prompts for the upcoming focus chat. You can send your suggestions via a direct message to the #CPChatNow fan page. Or, you may also DM your questions to Blake and I on Twitter.

Together we can start 2016 right! Begin with a positive mindset. Our extend-the-conversation question this week can assist you. Answer “What past New Year resolution have you accomplished?”

Leave your answer in the “Comments” section below.

Tweet you this Wednesday!


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