This fall, Reiter & Walsh ABC Law Centers celebrates 20 years serving families affected by birth injuries. We decided that the best way to honor our values was to donate to help Nicole Long, a student at Lakeland High School, build an adaptive softball field for athletes with disabilities. Nicole Long has abundant experience working…
At ABC Law Centers, we’re always on the lookout for opportunities to get out in the community and see how individual programs for kids with disabilities are run. We like to recommend local programs to our clients, and, this past October, we had the opportunity to help volunteer at the Miracle League of Michigan. It’s…
A girl with cerebral palsy rides a bike for the first time thanks to the help of Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, which had the bike custom-made.
Boy with cerebral palsy rides bike for the first time. Watermark for Kids created a custom bicycle for 14 year old Chris Brandt so he can do a 250 mile ride with his friends across the beautiful coast of West Michigan.
Boy with cerebral palsy does whatever it takes to be able to walk. Michigan birth injury attorney Jesse Reiter shares the story of this inspiring 11 year-old boy. Doing races in a special jogger donated to him by Team Footsteps is one of the many things that gives this young man inspiration.
Sports and activities for kids with cerebral palsy and special needs are very important. There are playgrounds, sports and numerous group activities throughout the country created especially for children with cerebral palsy and physical disabilities.
Playgrounds for kids with cerebral palsy & special needs are being created throughout the country, and one was created in Tennessee by a little boy for his brother.
Winning triathlons: Boy with CP & brother compete together, filling the race with love and laughter.
How can someone who can't walk…FLY? There is amazing adaptive equipment that helps disabled people, including those with cerebral palsy, go downhill skiing. Even paraplegics and some quadriplegics are coasting down black diamond hills.
Wrestler with cerebral palsy proves everyone wrong. Even though this high school boy is unable to stand without forearm crutches, he trained hard and now competes at the most elite wrestling competitions.