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Young Man With Cerebral Palsy Finds Joy: Its Okay To Be Different – Patch

Friday, 16 September, 2022

Young Man With Cerebral Palsy Finds Joy: Its Okay To Be Different – Patch

John Tardif, 24, of Cutchogue, cannot speak. Wheelchair bound for life, he has cerebral palsy, seizure disorder, and Schizencephaly, a rare congenital brain malformation.

And yet, despite the sometimes grim diagnoses he's faced since birth, his mother Shelly said, he is one of the happiest people she's ever known — beaming with joy and bringing happiness to all who know him.

John and his brother Joe are twins, born at 28 weeks in 1997. Joe weighed 1 lb., 13 ounces, and John, 2 lbs., 6 oz.

Read more at: https://patch.com/new-york/riverhead/young-man-cerebral-palsy-finds-joy-its-okay-be-different

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