AUSTIN, Texas, March 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Parents raising children with cerebral palsy need to support each other, which includes sharing their stories and practical advice. Lisa Viele and Anita Howell are the hosts of the new Internet television show Cerebral Palsy Family Network TV (CPFN TV).
CPFN TV will air its first episode at 2 p.m. EST, March 1 for the beginning national Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month. View the trailer.
"As a mother with a daughter with cerebral palsy, I know the frustrations and the fears of raising a child who doesn't come with an 'instruction manual.' If it weren't for talking to other parents of kids with CP, I'd go crazy," said Viele, also a parent advisor to the CP Family Network.
CPFN TV topics will include:
- Community Family stories and challenges
"We want this show to break through that isolation, be a place where parents can learn from other parents, and learn about cerebral palsy research and other topics," said Howell, co-host, whose son has cerebral palsy.
CPFN is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 by parents of children with Cerebral Palsy and My Advocates legal team. CPFN is the largest internet-based organization in the world for families dealing with cerebral palsy, and recognized by the National Institute of Health as an advocacy group.
Contact: Teresa Kelly
SOURCE CP Family Network