I am currently attending high school along with 4,000 other students. I am the only one who has cerebral palsy and I have Quadriplegia CP. Thankfully I am not in a wheelchair, but walking is extremly hard and people don't understand that I have virtually no balance and they all think I am retarded or something just because I can't walk like everyone else. I am in all honor classes and doing well, but most students don't see that, all they see is the person who has weird movements and can't walk normally. I assume many people have gone through what I am going through. What did you do?? Can anyone help me with helpful suggestions or own situations that can help me relate to other people who have CP? Thank you
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