Cerebral Palsy is a disorder of movement and posture that appears during infancy or early childhood resulting from damage to the brain. The damage to the brain is permanent and cannot be cured but the earlier we start with intervention the more improvement can be made. Any non-progressive Central Nervous System injury occurring during the first 2 (some say 5) years of life is considered to be Cerebral Palsy. This is the page where you can find all of the pages relating to Cerebral Palsy.
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Cerebral Palsy Outcome Measures (4 P)
Pages in category "Cerebral Palsy"
The following 62 pages are in this category, out of 62 total.
- Cerebral Palsy Association Conditions
- Cerebral Palsy Effects through Lifespan
- Cerebral Palsy Introduction
- Cerebral Palsy Outcome Measures
- Child to Child Approach with Cerebral Palsy
- Classification of Gait Patterns in Cerebral Palsy
- Clinical Guidelines: Neurology
- Communication and Children with Cerebral Palsy
- Constraint Induced Movement Therapy