Disciplines

Medicine and Health Sciences

Abstract

Cerebral Palsy is most commonly caused by damage to the brain or brain maldevelopments which can be genetic, metabolic, due to swelling, due to infection, due to lack of oxygen to the brain, or trauma related.

Pathophysiology brochure.pdf (253 kB)
The Pathophysiology of Cerebral Palsy: What’s Really Going On?

Definitions brochure.pdf (115 kB)
Terminology: It’s Not a Different Language!

Nutrition brochure.pdf (149 kB)
A Guide to Understanding Problems Associated with Eating and the Effects on Your Child

Therapy brochure.pdf (166 kB)
A Guide to the Available Therapy Techniques

4 and under brochure.pdf (144 kB)
A Guide to Understanding the Gross Motor Function Classification System (Expanded and Revised) of Cerebral Palsy for Children 4 and Under

4-6 brochure.pdf (131 kB)
A Guide to Understanding the Gross Motor Function Classification System (Expanded and Revised) of Cerebral Palsy for Children Between 4th and 6th Birthday

6-12 brochure.pdf (98 kB)
A Guide to Understanding the Gross Motor Function Classification System (Expanded and Revised) of Cerebral Palsy for Children Between 6th and 12th Birthday

12-18 brochure.pdf (118 kB)
A Guide to Understanding the Gross Motor Function Classification System (Expanded and Revised) of Cerebral Palsy for Children Between 12th and 18th Birthday

References brochure.pdf (112 kB)
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