Cincinnati Children's Blog

2-Year-Old with Special Needs Receives Modified Electronic “Ferrari”

Because he has cerebral palsy (CP), Brysen Williams’ mobility is limited.  To help Brysen become more mobile, a group of middle school students from The Seven Hills Schools recently spent many lunch hours adapting a toy “Ferrari” for Brysen.

They delivered it to him at the Perlman Center, a national leader in providing evidence-based models of therapies (PT, OT and Speech) for young children with CP and other motor disorders.

To learn more, go to WKRC, WLWT and WXIX.

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