This story was originally posted on United Cerebral Palsy’s national website a few months back. They asked me to describe what it was like being poster child when I was young. 1,075 more words
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The following is my first (sort of autobiographical) guest blog post for United Cerebral Palsy’s national website. It was originally published on January 12th, 2015. I feel honored to have been asked to write for such a great organization! 827 more words
LA VERGNE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A group of kids in La Vergne learned a big lesson in giving.
Students in the music program at Rock Springs Elementary helped present a check for more than $2,000 to… 121 more words
by O’Ryan Case, Director of Membership and Public Education for United Cerebral Palsy’s national office. He grew up in Maryland and lives there now, the proud dad of a three-year-old son. 941 more words
The holidays may be over, but that does not mean that the giving spirit should be put away until next year.
Lame-O Records just announced that they have teamed up with several bands to release a six-way split. 208 more words
Written by: Lauren Vukicevich
About a year ago, I interviewed two music therapists who co-founded the Arts for Living program of UCP (United Cerebral Palsy). After learning about their Music Club, where they play music with people who have developmental or intellectual disabilities, I couldn’t help but want to be a part of it. 414 more words