Boy with Cerebral Palsy is Life-Changing Inspiration to his Mom
[Source: Your Gazette-Virginian via Special Ed Post]
by Tiffany Hudson
With a contagious laugh and a personality that can light up any room, 4-year-old Oliver Webber continuously adjusts to his ever-changing life.
And in more ways than one, he is his mother’s hero.
According to his mother, Chelsea, she had a difficult birth, and Oliver didn’t receive the oxygen he needed. He was soon diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Chelsea said her son also has a g-tube in place and suffers from epilepsy.
Although Oliver’s needs are expensive, his mother said, “We’ve been taken care of through the state of Virginia, through support from the school and by family.”
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