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Teen with Cerebral Palsy Gets Cinderella Wish Granted

By Dana Rimington

A teen attending South Davis Junior High, who has cerebral palsy got a surprise visit Friday morning from her favorite princess, Cinderella, who presented her with the news that her wish of traveling to the Walt Disney World Resort with her family will come true thanks to Make-a-Wish Utah.

Fifteen-year-old Courtney More is a quadriplegic and can’t talk, but that doesn’t stop her from smiling every day. “She comes in every single morning with the biggest smile on her face and lights up the room, so it’s amazing to see this sweet girl get something she deserves,” said her special education teacher, Maria Potter.

When More was born seven weeks early, there was no indication of a problem. But when More was 6 months old, she started having seizures. Her mother, Natasha More, noticed her baby wasn’t looking at her directly.

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