Kids With Spina Bifida Shut Down Hurtful Statements With the Ultimate Dance Party

Spina bifida limits our potential.”

“We have poor quality of life.”

“We suffer daily.”

A group of parents and their kids from the “Take That Spina Bifida!” Facebook community are out to prove these statements wrong in the awesome video below, where they all “Shake It Off” to Taylor Swift’s new single.

In their ultimate dance party it’s easy to see there’s no limit to their potential, the quality of life is high and the only thing they suffer from is a case of happy feet.

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