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Cerebral Palsy Victim Blinks at Letters to Make a Christmas Song

by Savitha C Muppala on  December 25, 2012 at 4:44 PM Research News   - G J E 4
Twelve-year-old paralyzed schoolboy who is unable to talk has surprised his family and doctors by writing a Christmas song just by blinking.
 Cerebral Palsy Victim Blinks at Letters to Make a Christmas Song
Cerebral Palsy Victim Blinks at Letters to Make a Christmas Song
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Cerebral palsy sufferer, Adam Bojelian, 12, can only move his eyelids as he points to the letters to make a tune. Adam's mother is so encouraging and patient, as she shows the letters one-by-one to him.

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The lyrics have been sung with a good tune and the video is ready for Christmas.

Adam, of Edinburgh became completely immobile at ten months. His mother observed that he tired to communicate by blinking. She would often hold up an alphabet chart as he learnt to read and write and Adam would blink and point to the correct alphabets.

This story is inspirational about the unbeatable sprit of the human mind, achieving what it sets out to, despite serious disabilities.



Source: Medindia
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