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The term “cerebral palsy” (CP) is a blanket term that refers to any occurrence of loss or impairment of motor function. Cerebral palsy affects muscle tone, movement, fine and gross motor skills, re...

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CerebralPalsy.org provides information, resources, non-legal referrals and unlimited inspiration to all those touched by cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy | Severe Cerebral Palsy | Cerebral Palsy Treatment | Cerebral Palsy Symptoms | Has your child been diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy?

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Cerebral Palsy: A Guide For Parents    Cerebral Palsy may be related to several factors including trauma at birth or oxygen deprivation.  Here is information on common causes, treatments and legal options for families.

Cerebral Palsy: A Guide For Parents Cerebral Palsy may be related to several factors including trauma at birth or oxygen deprivation. Here is information on common causes, treatments and legal options for families.

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Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.

Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.

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New Frontiers for Cerebral Palsy Treatment Identified - pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

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You may have heard the term Constraint Induced Therapy (CIT) in a special-needs moms’ circle or during a therapy session with your child. Perhaps you’ve heard of its potential benefits in recent news stories. How much do you really know about CIT, and how do you determine if it’s right for your child?

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Indoor and Outdoor Activities for Children With Cerebral Palsy

The sooner you start your child on the appropriate treatment and activities for Cerebral Palsy, the better chances he or she will have in leading a reasonably normal and independent life.

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