#CPChatNow Recap- Cerebral Palsy TV Focus Chat

Many thanks to technology the cerebral palsy community continues growing stronger, a fact evident during our most recent focus chat. I am #CPChatNow co-host Zachary Fenell, ready to tell you about Cerebral Palsy TV’s (CPTV) visit to #CPChatNow. Reaching for the Stars (RFTS) Foundation board member and CPTV founder Brad Searle tweeted from the @CerebralPalsyTV handle. An early question helped us learn more about Brad.

Cerebral Palsy TV shares their purpose.Questions flowed in almost continuously, indicating many felt excited. Also curiosity regarding where to find CPTV remained present.

Brad Searle shares what platforms CPTV is available on.Reaching for the Star board member Brad Searle explains CPTV is available worldwide through Roku.The dialogue soon turned to the content available on CPTV.

What you can expect to see on CPTV!Please note Reaching for the Stars just launched CPTV in September 2016. So as time goes on, you can expect new content added. Actually the in-progress content library offered focus chat participants a unique opportunity. The chance to voice what they want to see on Cerebral Palsy TV!

#CPChatNow participants get to voice what they want to see on CPTV!Perhaps you wish to voice your opinion, but you missed the chat. Worry not! The week’s extend-the-conversation question supplies you a second chance. Answer “What would you rather see on Cerebral Palsy TV? Inspiration? Support? True Life? Technology?”

Leave your response in the “Comments” section. Make sure to share any specific content recommendations with CPTV directly.

CPTV leaves instructions on how to make specific content recommendations.Get in touch with Brad via the Cerebral Palsy TV Twitter account or the Reaching for the Stars Facebook page. Recommend content and even inquire how you can assist. Follow the example set by members in our community.

Hamda volunteers to translate CPTV content to Arabic. Devin and Hannah want to get involved with CPTV too.All in all the Cerebral Palsy TV focus chat appeared beneficial for everyone who participated. I know Brad deemed the night a success. How do I know? Afterwards he went live on Facebook with these comments.

Personally, I found the night among the top highlights in my near three years co-hosting #CPChatNow. I truly believe CPTV can become a central resource for the cerebral palsy community. Watching ambitious members in our #CPChatNow community offer their help, filled me with great pride. #CPChatNow and CPTV both work to bring the CP community together. Coming together makes us all stronger. Remember to build on said strength by answering the extend-the-conversation question.

Answer for this week's extend-the-conversation question- What would you rather see on Cerebral Palsy TV? Inspiration? Support? True life? Technology?“What would you rather see on Cerebral Palsy TV? Inspiration? Support? True life? Technology?”

Respond in the “Comments” section below. For specific content recommendations contact Brad via the Cerebral Palsy TV Twitter page or Reaching for the Stars Facebook page.

Finally, thank you for making #CPChatNow an excellent community. We thrive thanks to you.

-Zachary

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