Teenager with cerebral palsy inspires people with her paintings
Alex Roberts, a teenager who has cerebral palsy is becoming popular in the painting community in Arkansas, United States.
Alex who started painting more than five years ago creates art without picking up a paintbrush or touching any paint. She uses a tracker volunteer who follows her directions to paint.
Alex’s dad said his daughter’s works of art shows her creative personality. Her paintings have sold for as much as $5,000.
Cerebral palsy is a group of permanent movement disorders that appears in early childhood. It affects body movement, muscle coordination and balance.
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