8 Activities for Your Preschooler with Cerebral Palsy
Preschool-age children are so much fun and their little minds race at full-blast. When a child has cerebral palsy, the fun doesn’t need to stop. In fact, children with cerebral palsy often need stimulation more than someone without it. Love, time, and creativity always go far.
Being the parent of a child with cerebral palsy can leave you searching for ideas to help your son or daughter. I compiled a list of ideas that can help you with your child as soon as possible. My main bit of advice is to use trial and error. Sometimes what doesn’t work one day will work the next day, week, or month. It can take a while to get the muscles and the brain working together. Have patience, flexibility, and commitment to make this process enjoyable for both of you.