Would you like more information about conditions commonly associated with Cerebral Palsy?
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Call and request Kit No. 220 - Conditions Commonly Associated with Cerebral Palsy
Although Cerebral Palsy does not progress, conditions often associated with Cerebral Palsy can develop into life-threatening circumstances. For instance, the majority of individuals with Cerebral Palsy experience impairment of facial and neck muscles that affect the ability to properly breathe, chew and swallow. Associative conditions like respiratory infections and malnutrition are common. Respiratory infections and malnutrition, left untreated, can become life-threatening. Learning about associative conditions can help in caring for your child.
Kit No. 220 - Conditions Commonly Associated with Cerebral Palsy includes:
- What is the Difference Between Associative Conditions and Co-Mitigating Factors? And, Why Do I Need to Know? – Learn the difference between primary conditions, secondary conditions, associative conditions, and co-mitigating factors.
- Associative Conditions and Co-Mitigating Factors by Category – Become aware of the various conditions commonly experienced by those with Cerebral Palsy.
Awareness, prevention and management of associative conditions can help manage your child’s Cerebral Palsy.
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Ask for Kit Kit No. 220 - Conditions Commonly Associated with Cerebral Palsy
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