Ophelia was born with cerebral palsy (CP), a physical disability that affects 5 million children in developing countries, and 17 million people worldwide. CP is the most common physical disability in childhood. Without mobility, children with CP are less likely to attend school, which means they have fewer employment opportunities and far higher rates of poverty and poor health. It doesn’t have to be this way. See how having an appropriately fitted wheelchair has enabled Ophelia to go to school, make friends and be a part of her community.