Memoirs of John, who was born with cerebral palsy in 1932 – twenty years before the term ‘spastic’ was invented and before this handicap was publicised in any way - up to 1965. The first thirty-three years of his life were spent in London, including…
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Hugh Burkitt, CEO, The Marketing Society