A father’s fear – living with cerebral palsy

A father’s fear – living with cerebral palsy.

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  1. I commend you for speaking out and drawing people in to the reality of the situation that you are all facing every day. Matthew is a lovely boy and a credit to you and Mel. Don’t live in fear about speaking out, everyone that knows you want to support you. I think it is very important that you have a network of other parents who face the same trials and tribulations that you have, but also remember that those who are not in that situation want to understand as much as we can to support you. You are truly a lovely family and an inspiration to all.

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