Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com: Pain in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com: Pain in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Bladder Function and Cerebral Palsy  -  Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Bladder Function and Cerebral Palsy - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com: Upper Extremity Strength Measurement in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Your Therapy Source - www.YourTherapySource.com: Upper Extremity Strength Measurement in Children with Cerebral Palsy

About Cerebral Palsy #cerebral #palsy #incontinence http://anchorage.remmont.com/about-cerebral-palsy-cerebral-palsy-incontinence/  About Cerebral Palsy What is Cerebral Palsy? While Cerebral Palsy (pronounced seh-ree-brel pawl-zee) is a blanket term commonly described by loss or impairment of motor function, Cerebral Palsy is actually caused by brain damage. The brain damage is caused by brain injury or abnormal development of the brain that occurs while a child’s brain is still developing…

About Cerebral Palsy #cerebral #palsy #incontinence http://anchorage.remmont.com/about-cerebral-palsy-cerebral-palsy-incontinence/ About Cerebral Palsy What is Cerebral Palsy? While Cerebral Palsy (pronounced seh-ree-brel pawl-zee) is a blanket term commonly described by loss or impairment of motor function, Cerebral Palsy is actually caused by brain damage. The brain damage is caused by brain injury or abnormal development of the brain that occurs while a child’s brain is still developing…

Teaching Motor Skills to Children with Cerebral Palsy - http://yourtherapysource.com/CPmotorskills.html

Teaching Motor Skills to Children with Cerebral Palsy - http://yourtherapysource.com/CPmotorskills.html

The Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) describes the range of abilities in gross motor function seen in children with cerebral palsy. GMFCS levels I and II walk independently GMFCS level III require a hand-held mobility aid such as crutches or a walker and may use a wheelchair for distances. GMFCS levels IV and V usually have more limitations in self-mobility and require a wheelchair.

The Gross Motor Function Classification System (GMFCS) describes the range of abilities in gross motor function seen in children with cerebral palsy. GMFCS levels I and II walk independently GMFCS level III require a hand-held mobility aid such as crutches or a walker and may use a wheelchair for distances. GMFCS levels IV and V usually have more limitations in self-mobility and require a wheelchair.

Excellent article on PROM - Stretching for Contracture Management in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Excellent article on PROM - Stretching for Contracture Management in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Weight, Gender and Gross Motor Classification in Children with Cerebral Palsy - Pinned by @PediaStaff. - Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Weight, Gender and Gross Motor Classification in Children with Cerebral Palsy - Pinned by @PediaStaff. - Please Visit http://ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Button Snake:  Teaches children button skills, and strengthens fine motor skills.  Super easy to make and little ones just love this activity.

fine motor skills are strengthened with a simple homemade button snake

Button Snake: Teaches children button skills, and strengthens fine motor skills. Super easy to make and little ones just love this activity.

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