Cooling pads can be an invaluable tool in keeping your child cool in warm weather. We've put together a few examples to illustrate how cooling pads can help your child have a great summer!
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Books can educate, transform, and inspire us. Children with special needs may not read too many books with characters like them, but is important they do so they know they aren’t alone. There are plenty of books about Cerebral Palsy (including characters or themes) out there (we just need to dig for them) not just for children, but for parents as well. These books can educate and spread hope for those who lives are touched with CP. We want books to educate and inspire everyone possible, so we found 10 books about Cerebral Palsy that children and adults can consider and hopefully enjoy!
Get prepared for Summer 2016 with our list of activities, suggestions and more!
Technology allows us to connect in ways never before imagined. It can also help us avoid challenges. Find out more about apps that can help you navigate accessibility now!
We like to share a wide range of information on our Facebook Page, most often profiling the achievements and assistance available for children. However, we also like to show the incredible accomplishments that adults with Cerebral Palsy have accomplished. In doing so, we hope that the efforts inspire those who do not know what the future can hold for their child.
Those living in Washington that want to know their options for a service dog or assistance animal: you're in luck! Check out our rundown of resources available and call us for more information!
Sometimes we look to our Facebook Page for ideas on what parents and the public are looking to better understand about CP. A common topic that has come up is how hydrocephalus causes Cerebral Palsy. Hydrocephalus itself is a less understood topic, and so determining its connection with a complex condition like Cerebral Palsy can be understandably difficult.
An Individualized Education Program (IEP) can be a critical part of a child with special needs’ academic success. While an IEP is often a complicated plan (and process) due to the variety of team members involved, it can also open new doors of opportunity. While most people understand that an IEP can help with issues like time allotted for testing or overcoming communication problems, as well as addressing general learning difficulties, this plan can also help in ways you may have never considered.
Use the seasonal shift to improve your child's options and care efforts through your own spring cleaning. Check out our six tips for helpful improvements within your more obvious spring efforts!
We often advertise the wide range of Cerebral Palsy resources we have to offer, but some recently discovered gems even surprised us!