Alex Diaz-Granados

My life with cerebral palsy began when I was born premature in early March of 1963. I was born eight weeks before my due date. When I was placed in an incubator in a Miami hospital's maternity ward, the attending nurse forgot to turn on the oxygen supply. As a result, I suffered irreversible damage to the motor control center of his brain and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy some months later.

Despite this, I have overcome many physical and emotional obstacles and am now a freelance writer for Examiner.com.

I am also the author of Save Me the Aisle Seat:The Good, the Bad and the Really Bad Movies: Selected Reviews by an Online Film Reviewer, as well as the co-writer of an unproduced screenplay with actor-director Juan Carlos Hernandez.

I represent www.CerebralPalsyGuidance.com because I believe in their mission of providing quality cerebral palsy information and assistance to families in need.

For information from cerebral palsy symptoms to financial assistance to daily living articles, www.CerebralPalsyGuidance.com covers all aspects of cerebral palsy. All of the information is thoroughly researched and cited.