Providing a quick guide on the important elements associated with Cerebral Palsy in a child.
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Navigating the web can be a long, difficult undertaking, especially when looking for helpful Cerebral Palsy information. We've put together a list of sites we hope provide you the great info you deserve and are happy to help you any way we can!
There are a wide range of causes of Cerebral Palsy, some genetic and others that are not. Better understand CP as a condition and causes of this lifelong diagnosis now!
Microcephaly is just one of a number of diagnoses that can be tied to Cerebral Palsy. Better understand the condition and what it entails.
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.
Life as a special needs parent can be overwhelming and stressful. It can be even harder when you are surrounded by people who don’t share your experiences. You may feel alone and don’t know where to turn for support. Parent support groups can immerse you in families with similar experiences bringing you much needed support for your daily life. They can also provide other benefits – emotionally and knowledge based. To get the conversation started, here are 4 reasons why you should join a parent support group.
We love organizaitons that publish great content! If you're looking for more sites to follow, consider the following!
Accessing comprehensive Cerebral Palsy information has been made a whole lot easier with the redesign and development of the new and improved CerebralPalsy.org website!
The old adage goes “you don’t know what you don’t know.” Far too often, those with a child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy are not given the full spectrum of information they will need for the months and years to come. What’s more, with many state programs ending far too quickly after diagnosis, a gap in knowledge can quickly emerge. This very idea is the foundation of MyChild’s existence: to step in and make information and awareness accessible when other programs fall short.