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How Individuals with Cerebral Palsy Can Thrive Alongside Their Peers

How Individuals with Cerebral Palsy Can Thrive Alongside Their Peers


Published: May. 6, 2024Updated: May. 14, 2024

Children with cerebral palsy can thrive in learning alongside their typical peers with the assistance of AAC tools, such as switch activation. Follow along as Ali Steers, SLP and AAC Specialist, explains how all children benefit greatly from exposure to diverse learning opportunities.

For more information about cerebral palsy, check out our article here!

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