This is a long-term project focusing on the cerebral palsy community, delving deep into various social issues faced by individuals with cerebral palsy through real-life narratives. These issues range from identity recognition, and medical professional responsibility, to communication challenges. The inspiration for this project comes from my own sister, a cerebral palsy patient whose mental age is approximately three years old. Despite her condition, she embodies boundless optimism and bravery. Her life has provided me with a profound understanding of the lived experiences of this unique group and their circumstances in society.
This project goes beyond the study of cerebral palsy, it is an authentic tale of love, understanding, and acceptance. It sheds light on some prevailing societal issues while emphasizing the strength and potential of those living with cerebral palsy. It serves as a heartfelt tribute to the twenty-plus years I have shared with my sister, encapsulating our story, our shared pains, challenges, joys, and love.