It's funny once we get to the meeting part, everyone has been super cool about my CP. I make my aide whip out my letter board so I can talk directly to the person. I then show them how I walk dogs with my chair - because I know they are thinking "how the hell does this work?" After I get hired or after I decide I want to walk the dog (I have met some psycho dogs) I mostly do all further communication via email. This works great.
I think the coolness of my clients is partly because they are in there 20's and 30's and professionals but mostly because my attitude toward my CP. I come into every interview like "Yes I have CP but it doesn't effect my job ability." I think my clients are calmed by my attitude. Some people with disabilities want employers to ignore their disability. I believe this attitude makes people uncomfortable because the disability becomes the huge pink elephant in the room.