Understanding is the first step to inclusion for people with disabilities.
Our mission is to help those with disability live fuller lives by educating them, their parents, their community, and employers on what it means to live, or raise a child, with a disability.
About this site
My name is Chris Lenart, and I have Cerebral Palsy.
When I was growing up, I felt like I had no one (outside of my wonderful parents) who could guide me through my struggles. I want to change that for the next generation.
I started this website in 2015 to help people with disability — especially Cerebral Palsy — improve their quality of life and inspire them to reach their goals. The site has grown since then to include information of interest to parents, the community, caregivers and employers, among others.
If you have a disability, an interest in making the lives of people with disability better, or just want to know more about what it’s like to live with a disability, you will find some great information on this website. For example:
To help disabled people to live independently, I created a course on how to hire and work with a personal care assistant.
Blog & Newsletter
I cover topics such education, assistive technology, love, work, mental health, fitness, setting goals, and faith.
Through my speaking engagements, I drive disability awareness and inspire others to do the same.
IOS 13 is almost here and iPadOS is coming out at the end of the month. People are getting excited to get their hands on it. I love the new features but the most important feature that I can’t wait is automation with Shortcuts. For those who don’t know what Shortcuts...
When it comes to sports, it's easy for those with disabilities to feel excluded and left out. Although there have been significant strides with the passing of Americans With Disabilities Act, can the same be said for the athletic world? The good news is that...
Earlier this week, I received a message from a friend of mine who went to college with me. Mike got disabled from a car accident when he was in high school. The accident left him paralyzed from the neck down. He received his law degree and he worked in Chicago. After...