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Living life to the full celebrating cerebral palsy, speech and hearing impairments and using Augmentative and Alternative Communication AAC

I’ve been a dreamer all my life...

I believe that dreaming, whether awake or asleep, comes from a place deep inside each of us.

Sparked by passion, unconscious wishes or a desire to achieve something special in life.

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Hi to everyone. My name is Beth Moulam, I have cerebral palsy, CP, and use AAC
Hi to everyone. My name is Beth!
This website was originally created in 2008, when I was 14.

The aim was to share my personal views, experiences and opinions with specific spotlight areas relating to my lived experience of cerebral palsy (CP), dysarthria which creates speech and eating challenges, and a hearing impairment.

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Beth and Christie flying over great barrier reef, living the dream

Passion For Potential

I’m living my own dream, and learning to fly in life.

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Upcoming Events

I’m sharing here events that interest me or where I have an active part to play. Let’s hope we all get back to ‘normal’ soon, but meanwhile please note there are plenty of digital events.


Latest News Articles

You can read my latest blog here. All my posts are related in some way to my cerebral palsy, my speech impairment which I augment using AAC, and/or my hearing impairment.

Using AAC confidently and competently, device is an iPad with a yellow and blue screen

Competence and confidence

Recently I had a very interesting conversation, which set me thinking. I’m 28 and I’m only now finding my feet when it comes to confidently communicating ‘verbally’. By this, I mean communicating with those who don’t know me, or who...

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Reading time: 6 mins
Beth Moulam hugging communication device AAC

I love Lucy

And, why wouldn’t I love Lucy? Lucy is my voice. She is what I sound like, both to others, and when I hear my voice. Most people don’t think about their voice, it’s just that, a part of them. Their...

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Reading time: 3 mins
Beth Moulam CP Athlete with GB at Tokyo Paralympics 2020.

Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

I might look disabled to others, but as the saying goes don’t judge a book by its cover. Just because I’m surrounded every time we meet by technology does not mean I’m incapable of having a high-quality life. This month...

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Reading time: 4 mins
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