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Your Second Favourite Disability Blog - CP Teens

Your Second Favourite Disability Blog - CP Teens

As part of our continuing effort to introduce you to your second favourite disability blog (after ours of course,) we’re taking a look at the CP Teens Blog. This blog is great for younger people living with Cerebral Palsy. The blog is part of the CP Teens UK website which aims to provide “help, hope, inspiration and friendship for young people with disabilities.”

The CP Teens UK website itself is a great resource of useful information, however it is the CP Teens Blog which is the place to be for personal, interesting and inspiring stories for younger disabled people, a recent highlight being When Theresa gave me a call…

Let us know in the comments below what you think of the CP Teens Blog, and why not tell us about your favourite disability blog?

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