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Home is the place where basic human needs are met. Basic civil liberties afforded to all individuals for survival include food, shelter, housing, warmth, safety and security. Amongst family and friends, a child grows, develops and gains life skills to live as independently as possible. Home is the training ground for functioning in society as an adult.
Beyond basic skills is the need for inclusion, acceptance, respect, accessibility and equal opportunity. The United Nation’s World Health Organization is the world leader for the civil rights, dignities, and inclusion of individuals with disabilities.
Member states of the United Nations, including the U.S., actively participate in developing policies that shape communities. They provide programs that are funded by the government, administered by the states, and monitored by the education system.
There are government agencies, and community organizations within each and every community offering support and guidance. These groups provide programs, contacts, funding and services to help families who have a child with Cerebral Palsy. Part of the challenge for parents and caregivers is in knowing that these services exist, as well as how to find and apply for them.