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THANK YOU to all of the riders, volunteers, and donors who made our 24th Annual Kent Event a great success! #PedalWithPeteKent #PedalWithPete
After our complimentary lunch, music by Celtic Rush Band, and massages by Sam Brandon, here’s another great way to unwind! #PedalWithPeteKent..
Today’s the day! Registration starts at 7 at Stanton Middle School! 1175 Hudson Rd, Kent, OH 44240 https://buff.ly/2LP3wu6 #PedalWithPeteKent..
Here’s how to download the Kent Event maps to your MapMyRide or MapMyHike iPhone/Android app! … #pedalwithpetekent #pedalwithpete
Partner for CP research... Many ways! (Today is LAST DAY for pre-registration for Saturday's Kent, Ohio event)
Kent, Ohio cyclists! Your event is THIS SATURDAY, June 2nd! Pre-Registration is open until 11:59 tonight, May 30, so DO IT and save time and..
Cerebral Palsy is a non-progressive neuromuscular disorder that disrupts a person’s ability to move, sit, stand, walk, talk and use their hands. The severity of the movement disorder and the type of movement difficulties can vary greatly. Some individuals experience only mild difficulties with balance, walking and fine motor skills, while individuals at the other extreme are completely trapped in their own bodies, fighting rigid limbs, and unable to speak or swallow. Most people with CP have normal
Funding for cerebral palsy research remains low. National research funding is much less than for diseases that affect fewer people. Occurring in about 2 to 3 per 1,000 birth (studies vary), CP is the most common childhood physical disability. People who have CP can benefit from therapies, medications, surgeries, and other treatments. Researchers are also improving methods for detection and prevention. Remember that CP not only affects the individual, but also their families and caregivers. Your support makes a difference!
You can find more facts about Cerebral Palsy from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention and The Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation.