Cerebral Palsy Open Mornings
Bobath_Centre in Children With Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
We are holding a series of open days over the summer for families who want to know more about the specialist therapy available for children ...
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Green and Cerebral Palsy
vomy in Children With Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
Did you know the colour that represents CP is green? Every 1st of October, on the Cerebral Palsy day, we should wear a green ribbon. It can ...
Hip replacement with cerebral palsy
Jd_63 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy2 years ago
I'm 53, and after 2 athroscopis, my consultantisn't keen to do a hip replacement, as, he says would cause dislocation, but I've been given t...
Stem Cells and Cerebral Palsy.
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy6 years ago
I was reading this article about stem cells and a 'cure' for CP. (I use the word cure very tentatively.)
Quadraplegic Cerebral Palsy
sophieJ2004 in Children With Cerebral Palsy2 years ago
My grand daughter Sophie is now 12 yrs old. She was born with CP due to hospital negligence.Sophie has just had spinal surgery and leg surge...
Stem cell therapy with cerebral palsy
Hidden in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
Has anyone had stem cell or heard of it with cerebral palsy?
WHAT ARE THE EARLIEST SIGNS OF CEREBRAL PALSY?
JiSoo in Children With Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
1. The baby’s head lags when she is picked up while lying on her back.
2. When she is picked up, her legs get stiff and they cross like scis...
Cerebral Palsy Can be in your genes!
It has long been the belief that cerebral palsy occurs when a child experiences a lack of oxygen during pregnancy or at birth; however, the ...
Cerebral Palsy Awareness day - 2018
JiSoo in Children With Cerebral Palsy9 months ago
World's cerebral palsy day for this year is on 6th of October!
for more information, please follow this link! awarenessdays.com/awareness...
Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy Update
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy3 months ago
Hi everyone, I have not blogged for 6 months which is not great. I'm still here! My PhD has taken most of my time up and I've had a few hosp...
Welcome to the Children with Cerebral Palsy community
matt in Children With Cerebral Palsy5 years ago
If you’ve just arrived as a Pioneer member to Children with Cerebral Palsy this is where it all begins. HealthUnlocked is a social network f...
32 weeks pregnant with cerebral palsy
Tealmama in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy2 months ago
I am a 37 year old woman with spastic cerebral palsy, it affects my legs and left side. I have been wheelchair bound since a very young age...
How does cerebral palsy affect you?
New blog about living with Cerebral Palsy.
Chellem90 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
Hi everyone, I'm new to this community I found it via scope.
I'm so glad there are other places like this where people can come together to a...
How would change the NHS treatment of Cerebral Palsy?
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy5 years ago
Cerebral Palsy Sport welcomes World CP Day
bamfield in Children With Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
World CP Day is a global innovation project to change the world for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. It is designed to ...
Petition for Adult Cerebral Palsy services on the NHS
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy2 years ago
My petition was heard by the Public Petitions Committee on the 17 of March 2017.
My petition calls for a National Clinical Pathway and speci...
What the difference between cerebral palsy and cereballar ataxia
AnneMenzies in Ataxia UK2 years ago
Hi everyone. This might be a silly question but can anybody tell me what the difference between cerebral palsy and and cerebellar ataxia is?...
Cerebral palsy League Charity Christmas Cards!!
alice6819 in Children With Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
You can order some lovely christmas cards and make donation to the Cerebral Palsy League at the same time!
Can order from: christmascards4charity.com.......
Welcome! Support for adults who have Cerebral Palsy.
There is a lot of information out there about Cerebral Palsy. However most of the information relates to childhood and childhood development...
Brave girl with cerebral palsy needs help
Brave Leah Davy dreams of becoming a dancer, despite being unable to put her feet on the floor due to a chronic cerebral palsy condition.
19 M feeling worthless with cerebral palsy
Hidden in Mental Health Support8 months ago
Hi im Luke im 19 im gonna start with short something short basically i feel like burden to my parents i have cerebral palsy and was bullied ...
Caring for a Child with Cerebral Palsy - supports for parents of children with CP
1. Educate yourself.
The more you know about cerebral palsy, the more tools you will have to help your child. Read about cerebral palsy from...
cerebral palsy on right side.. had wrist fusion..not happy with it..what now?
rob2114 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy3 years ago
hi. I'm rob, 32 years old, married with 2 children. Basically I was born with CP. I suffer with it down my right side. I have worked hard on...
Could my illnesses have caused my child’s cerebral palsy?
Jj-juju in Foggy's "Invisible Illness" Support6 months ago
Hi my 2y old daughter has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy can anyone tell me if it has anything to do with my autoimmunitys or Graves’ di...
Does having cerebral palsy in different forms age you more quickly?
Beavis1190 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy5 years ago
I was told recently that there may be a correlation between cerebral palsy and aging. You may be young, but you're body could be much older...
What would NHS Provision for Adults with Cerebral Palsy Look like?
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy4 years ago
If you could shape NHS provision what would a clinical pathway for adults with cerebral palsy look like ?
New high-tech cerebral palsy treatment centre opens in Canberra!
Twenty-month-old Indigo has been receiving regular therapy to help with her development since being diagnosed with cerebral palsy as a baby....
Ben Jackson, The 21-Year-Old Athlete With Cerebral Palsy
\"What keeps me going is the fact that I truly believe that I am capable of changing lives. I just want to be someone who is always remember...
Experience of pain and Cerebral Palsy - how do you deal with it?
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