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Most of the information on the MyChild website is of general interest and provides some familiarity with a specific topic of interest. However, the MyChild Call Center has a vast database of information, resources, referrals, and inspiration within each state and topic area.

MyChild call center representatives are available to provide assistance in finding particular resources, not easily found on the web, or within the community. The more our call center representatives know about your child’s condition and your family’s needs, the more we will are able to provide resources tailored specifically for your family.

Call a MyChild call center representative at (800) 692-4453 for more information.

Following is a list of available kits.

Awaiting Diagnosis

A parent may be concerned about developmental delays or a doctor may observe a sign outside of growth norms. There is no definitive test for cerebral palsy, causing doctors to diagnose over time. For parents that suspect a child may have cerebral palsy, the long wait between that initial suspicion and an official diagnosis can be an emotional one. But, what is often a time of anxiety evolves into an empowering experience that leads to acceptance and unconditional love.

Are you awaiting a formal diagnosis to either rule out or confirm cerebral palsy?

Recently Diagnosed

Many parents find it difficult to explain their emotions and thoughts at the time they receive their child’s diagnosis, and in the years that ensue. That’s understandable. It’s a life-altering moment often filled with feelings of sadness, helplessness, shock, anxiety, disbelief, and confusion. But, that gives way to strength, joy, tolerance, and triumphs. It may not be the expected journey we had for our children, but it is beautiful journey, nonetheless.

Was your child recently diagnosed with cerebral palsy?

These kits can help!

Managing Cerebral Palsy

There’s an old adage that knowledge is power. This is certainly a truism, but something a parent may not consider – knowledge can be a source of comfort. When a child is diagnosed with cerebral palsy, there’s an immense amount of information parents must absorb. The first among these is to have a clear understanding of a child’s condition which aides in coordinating care, applying for government assistance, seeking early intervention, and obtaining support.

Are you in the beginning stages of managing your child’s cerebral palsy?

Maximizing Potential

There is evidence that children with cerebral palsy far exceed initial assessments. Children that physicians have once said would never walk have not only put one foot in front of the other, they’ve climbed mountains. Others that were never expected to communicate have spoken, written books, and inspired others with words of wisdom. Even in severe forms of cerebral palsy a child’s potential can materialize making possible the aspirations that parents have for their child’s future

Are you interested in maximizing your child’s potential?

These kits can help!

Assisting Others

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