Boy With Cerebral Palsy Gets Special Gift From LAPD After Thieves Steal His Leg BracesThe LAPD presented a special gift to a disabled boy on Wednesday after thieves had made off with his leg braces.
O.C. Teen With Cerebral Palsy Gets Out Of Wheelchair To Walk For 1st Time In LifeHe had been told for years he would never walk.
Local Couple Gives Disabled Children A Place To Play After Loss Of SonScott Williams and Catherine Curry-Williams founded Shane's Inspiration to raise money for these special playgrounds.
Canadian Fugitive Wanted For 1974 Rape Of 5-Year-Old Arrested In San DimasA Canadian fugitive wanted for raping a 5-year-old who suffered from cerebral palsy was captured this week in a San Dimas trailer park.
Former Carson HS Student With Cerebral Palsy Sues LAUSD For DiscriminationAn 18-year-old man with cerebral palsy and spastic dysplasia has filed suit against the Los Angeles Unified School District for allegedly denying him accessible transportation while he was a student at Carson High School.
8-Year-Old Camarillo Girl Lauded For Saving Diabetic Mother’s LifeAn 8-year-old Camarillo girl was credited with saving her diabetic mother’s life last month.
OC Man Named California's Big Brother Of The YearAn Orange County man was named California's "Big Brother of the Year" in recognition of eight years as a mentor to a local teen.
Social Network Connects Kids, Teens With Special NeedsChildren and teenagers with special needs have a quick and easy way to connect with each other, thanks to a social networking website.
Long Beach Band Surprises Disabled FanThe best Christmas present was saved for last for 22-year-old Nelson Miles of Long Beach, who dreams of being a drummer despite his cerebral palsy.
Target Settles Disability Discrimination Lawsuit For $160KTarget Corp. reached a settlement with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regarding an employee with cerebral palsy who worked at an Orange County store.
Special Needs Ice Hockey Team Has 1 Goal: To Show Lots Of HeartOn CBS 2 News at 11 p.m. Tuesday, Lisa Sigell will introduce us to a special hockey team...made up, in fact, of a lot of special needs kids and adults.