Many people with cerebral palsy need additional support on their legs. They might need to wear Ankle Foot Orthotics, or AFOS. These also help keep the leg and foot in the correct position.
Mostly, AFOs are rigid pieces of hard plastic.
To make AFOs more comfortable, so they don't rub against the skin, many people with cerebral palsy wear long socks, even in summer.
Dexter's AFOs have no movement in the ankle area.
For today's Cerebral Palsy challenge, try to walk for an hour without moving your ankle.
Are you having a go at the challenges? How are you doing?