Unlock potential with evidence-informed cerebral palsy treatment
Cerebral palsy is a movement disorder that makes it hard for children to control their muscles. It’s caused by damage to a developing brain, which can happen before, during or shortly after birth. It can affect different parts of the body in different ways. Common types of problems faced are movement, speech, thought, and other physical activities. Children with cerebral palsy may also have difficulty with vision, hearing, and learning.
If you’re worried about your child’s ability or development, it’s time to seek help. Discuss assessment options with your child’s doctor as soon as possible, and explore cerebral palsy treatment options. Early intervention helps build physical, cognitive, and emotional skills during critical early years. This can lead to better long-term outcomes and quality of life.
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