I think this is a good start for bigger things to come and it might make people more aware of people with disabilities, but what does it really mean? Would it make C.P.ers feel better to be recognize as part of society for just one day of a year? I would rather be seen as a person just as everyone else in the everyday world, because I think that I and many others C.P.ers take part in society on a daily bases.
Here I go again, having one of gimp world images. Maybe in the near future, National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day could be celebrated with ceremony that would recognize the accomplishments of both C.P.ers and non-C.P.ers for their contributions in Cerebral Palsy community.