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It’s the holiday season! Bring on the family gatherings, traditions, scrumptious food and more. Of course, with the season may come some stress (happens to many of us!)– but United Cerebral Palsy has come up with Five “P”s to help children with disabilities and their parents make it through the holidays. Read about “preparing,” “planning,” “participation” and more!
Around this time of year, many of us begin reflecting on what we are thankful for. Click HERE to see a message from Stephen Bennett, President and CEO of United Cerebral Palsy, as he shares what he is thankful for as well.
Join UCP and Toys ‘R Us for a live Twitter chat on December 3 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST. Use the hashtag #ToysforAll to follow the conversation and ask questions about this season’s Toys R Us Toy Guide for Differently-Abled Kids, a toy selection resource for gifts for children with disabilities. Talk with representatives from UCP and the independent research firm which vets all of the guide’s toys. The free guide is available in Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores, as well as online in English and Spanish. Read more about the toy guide on UCP’s blog.
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