Monday, October 26, 2009


Lee was one of the first students in Canada with cerebral palsy that was "mainstreamed"-he attended public school along with students that were not disabled. He did his school work using a typewriter, since he could not write with a pen because his CP caused him to shake too much.

Like all Canadian boys, Lee wanted to play hockey. Hockey in Canada is as popular there as football is in the United States. But there was a problem-once again, CP prevented Lee from doing something he wanted to do-it prevented him from skating, which you have to be able to do in order to play hockey. But then Lee's older brother stepped in and changed Lee's life.....

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