Every story at Greensboro Cerebral Palsy Association is a story of hope. Many parents and caregivers who come here were – at some point – told that their child would never be able to move around, nor would they be able to learn, communicate, or interact with other children. Many of these parents see their children achieve developmental milestones that seem almost miraculous.

Mika’s Story

Our daughter, Mika, entered the GCPA Infant Toddler program housed at Gateway Education Center when she was 18 months old. Her needs were overwhelming at the time and we were cautious about sending her to a full day of school at such a young age. As parents, we struggled to understand her current conditions and…

Moira’s Story

Our four-year-old daughter, Moira, was born with a rare, poorly understood, degenerative condition, an experience which rocked our very foundation and tested us emotionally, socially, spiritually, and financially.