Cerebral Palsy

Explore the abundance of resources we have designed for families facing a cerebral palsy diagnosis. Our in-depth information library offers guidance to help ease the hardship and pressure associated with raising a child with this condition. After undergoing brain scans, testing, and an evaluation with a pediatric neurologist, receiving a diagnosis of cerebral palsy can be daunting in its complexity and implications. Our library provides a comprehensive look at the primary conditions associated with cerebral palsy, including developmental delays, speech or communication disorders, movement disorders, and potential intellectual disabilities. We also provide information on required long-term care for a cerebral palsy diagnosis, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and recreational therapy. Furthermore, we devote special attention to key areas affecting children with a cerebral palsy diagnosis, including concerns about posture, coordination, muscle strength, and overall growth. These tools shed light on the type of interventions that can help children with cerebral palsy learn adaptive skills, develop age-appropriate behaviors, and even build emotional well-being and self-esteem. With our resource database, you can find support as well as be the best advocate as a parent or caregiver of a child with special needs.