#CPChatNow Recap- Concert Going with Cerebral Palsy

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016 #CPChatNow’s own Jocelyn led July’s focus chat on concert going with cerebral palsy. I am co-host Zachary Fenell ready to rock the recap. No cover charge needed! Just sit back and enjoy.

As the discussion started flowing, Jocelyn’s credentials became quite evident.

Jocelyn posseses the credentials to lead a focus chat on concert going with cerebral palsy.While fun, concert going with cerebral palsy can prove physically challenging. Such challenges multiple people addressed.

Jocelyn asks about the most physically challenging concerts community members attended.Yasmin discusses her most physically challenging concerts.Co-host Zachary Fenell's answer leads Jocelyn to suggest contacting concert venues about accessibility.If you do not hear back from the venue or musician, Jocelyn named a last resort option.

Jocelyn offers a last resort tip for inquiring about venue accessibility.Before proceeding with the recap, how about you chime in? Answer the following for the week’s extend-the-conversation question. “What’s the most physically challenging show you attended?” Reply in the “Comments” section.

Moving on, my co-host Blake Henry sparked dialogue by asking Jocelyn a question.

Co-host Blake Henry asks Jocelyn about the best part of going to concerts.Throughout the night Jocelyn emphasized reaching out to inquire about accessibility options. A point she echoed again in her final comments.

Jocelyn gives her final comments to wrap up #CPChatNow's concert going with cerebral palsy focus chat.Answer "What's the most physically challenging show you attended?"Hopefully you found the insights recapped here helpful. Remember you can still add to the discussion. Take a moment to answer the extend-the-conversation question.

“What’s the most physically challenging show you attended?”

Like always, leave your response in the “Comments” section below!

Talk with you later.

-Zachary

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