Girl With Cerebral Palsy Dances Without Walker For First Time

By Sara Gates

Taylor may need a walker to get around, but that doesn’t stop her from dancing.

The 6 year-old girl, who has cerebral palsy, dances with a little help from her mom, Dana Florence, and the assistance of a new invention. In a video posted to YouTube on Sunday, Taylor busts a move without a walker for the first time to her favorite song, Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.”

“It was so beautiful,” Florence told The Huffington Post, adding that Taylor was able to “move in ways that she never moved before,” such as side-to-side and forward and back.

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