Living With Cerebral Palsy
Learning that your child has cerebral palsy is not the news that parents want to hear, especially when you probably have a myriad of questions and concerns. What life for a baby or child with cerebral palsy will be like may be one of those questions. Although adjustments will have to be made, you can learn to enjoy life with your child despite limitations by being aware beforehand of what to expect.
Living with cerebral palsy also in your family also means making sure that your child gets everything she needs to live her best life. That means being aware of your child’s vulnerability to abuse and bullying, thinking about inclusion in school, providing the adaptive equipment that will improve her mobility, and considering her transition to adulthood and greater independence, along with many more issues.
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