use palsy in a sentence.
There is also a company named Invention labs which has developed a product named Avaz for people with Cerebral Palsy
I'd spend a year building houses with Habitat for Humanity and finding a cure for Cerebral Palsy, which my daughter has.
I once had this thing called Bells Palsy for 3 weeks where a nerve in your face gets blocked and the whole side of your face sags.
Just look at the winners of this year's Microsoft Imagine Cup: - Apptenders, team from Croatia, built a physical therapy app for Kinect that helps children with cerebral palsy, quote: "KiDnect is a Kinect-based solution for on-premise and remote physical therapy for children, especially those born with Cerebral Palsy.
You get full props for grandma, her googles, and the palsy, although anything you could do to allow either of my grandmothers to log into the googles would qualify you for much more than HN props.
Edit: to clarify why I take offense with 'spaz out', I consider it a slur towards people with cerebral palsy.
My son has cerebral palsy and I can see the immediate benefit that a machine like this would bring to him.
Hi Chirag,My cousin's child has severe Cerebral Palsy.
In the UK this is a derogatory term referring to someone who has cerebral palsy, and is extremely offensive.
Background: My mother was born with cerebral palsy.
I've been making stuff like this in the UK for the charity Scope, and their users - often people who have cerebral palsy.