I just wanted to give you an update on BRIGHT's progress. As an organization with the goal of finding an effective treatment for CP, we are first trying to get the "word out" about our mission. To do this, we have launched a website that will focus on providing resources for kids and adults with Cerebral Palsy. Please consider a visit to http://cpcare.org/wp-content/plugins/phpBB3/index.php
We have a team trying to add new resources and content each day.
Useful links to other Cerebral Palsy resources.
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The term "Bright" was coined by Paul Geisert. A one-time Chicago biology teacher, professor, entrepreneur, writer, he co-developed learning materials and a website regarding teaching about religion in public schools in the 1990s. In deciding to attend the "Godless Americans March on Washington" in 2002, Geisert disliked the label "godless" and resolved to identify a better term to unite the "community of reason". He sought a new, positive word that might become well-accepted, in the same way that the term "gay" has come to mean "homosexual". In late 2002, Geisert coined the noun "bright", but did not announce it immediately.