Raising a child with Cerebral Palsy is challenging, exhausting, wonderful, exciting, beautiful, scary, ugly and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be lonely.

Challenge Accepted is a journey through parenting a child with cerebral palsy and his two older sisters. Parenting is tough but challenges always feel more manageable when you aren’t alone.
I hope you enjoy and find company in our journey.

Photo's by Masika May

Learning the Language

William is his name and Dystonic Cerebral Palsy is his game. William suffered a brain injury just after birth – Infant Jaundice/Hyperbilirubinemia are what caused his brain injury and the official diagnosis is Kernicterus. My…

~ Keely

Keely is an author and advocate for children living with disabilities. She lives on Vancouver Island in beautiful British Columbia, with her husband, her son William who has cerebral palsy, her two daughters and several four-legged friends.