It is our pleasure and with great excitement that we announce a new, improved look to MyChild / CerebralPalsy.org is coming soon! While it would be easy to simply launch the site and surprise visitors new and established with our fresh look, we want to help explain the changes to ensure everyone understands the purpose and benefits of this significant change.
One of the most common compliments we receive for our website is the depth of information we make available. While this helps families of children with Cerebral Palsy who might find us through Google, we also came to realize that all of the great additional information may not have been easy to find once you were on the site. Whether it was all of the causes of Cerebral Palsy, key terms surrounding the condition, the resources MyChild has available or any other component, we wanted to make it simple and easy for you to learn more about CP.
We also wanted to ensure that visitors of the MyChild website understood they weren’t just visiting an encyclopedia about Cerebral Palsy. Instead, we want those who visit us, whether through our blog or general content, to utilize a site that reflects the personal, compassionate approach of our work benefiting parents of children with Cerebral Palsy. This approach involves a much warmer, open design that encourages use and understanding of the many topics discussed.
As a part of the changes to our family of websites, you’ll notice two other very notable changes that will take place: first, thecpblog will now be a part of MyChild’s CerebralPalsy.org website. This ensures that our constantly updated content will be easy to find, especially when it comes to timely topics or those regarding helpful tips and more. The second is the re-launch of our forums in a way that is cleaner, easier to navigate and more attuned to the information you need, including the topics and content we continue to publish and share. We feel this union of quality, researched information, with timely discussion from us and parents like you will help families more than ever before.
We are extremely excited to debut our new MyChild family of websites and look forward to your feedback and contributions in the weeks and months ahead, and years to come! If we can help your child with Cerebral Palsy, either through additional info or from our bank of nationwide resources, please do not hesitate to contact us today!
The entire team at MyChild thanks you for your continued enthusiasm and engagement as we look forward to helping more families each day.