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Study: Intensive Physical Therapy Helps Promote Motor Skills in Children with Cerebral Palsy

Study: Intensive Physical Therapy Helps Promote Motor Skills in Children with Cerebral Palsy A recent study published in the journal Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics evaluated associations between physical therapy and gross motor progress in children with cerebral palsy. 442 Norwegian children participating in the study underwent either three or more sessions of physical […]

Robotic Device Encourages Movement in Babies with Cerebral Palsy

Robotic Device Encourages Movement in Babies with Cerebral Palsy A robotic exoskeleton is being developed by a team at the University of Oklahoma to help babies with cerebral palsy  move and crawl. When treated at a very young age, therapies can help mitigate the effects of the disorder, which is caused by brain damage. The new […]

Boy with Cerebral Palsy Meets his Saint

Boy with Cerebral Palsy Meets his Saint Ten-year old Hunter was overcome with emotion when one of his heroes sat next to him at the restaurant where he and his family were dining. New Orleans Saints’ quarterback Drew Brees surprised Hunter, who has cerebral palsy, with an unforgettable visit complete with an autograph and photo opportunity. […]

Attorney Lisa Weinstein Discusses Signs of Cerebral Palsy

Attorney Lisa Weinstein Discusses Signs of Cerebral Palsy A parent once asked me, “What are some signs and symptoms that my child may have cerebral palsy?” These are some common characteristics of cerebral palsy, which is often caused by brain damage during the labor and delivery process: Difficulty feeding oneself Developmental delays Failure to reach […]

New Voice Recorded for Girl with Cerebral Palsy

New Voice Recorded for Girl with Cerebral Palsy Maeve is all smiles when she hears her new voice for the first time through the talker that she uses to communicate. Cerebral palsy has made it difficult for Maeve to speak. While her computerized speech assist device enables her to communicate, she sounded nothing like the 8-year […]

March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month In celebration of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month in March, UK-based Cerebral Palsy Sport invites you to get out there and play! The organization is the UK’s leading disability sports program, encouraging those with cerebral palsy to reach their full athletic potential. Offering sports from football to table cricket for people […]

Boy with Cerebral Palsy Dons Stellar Halloween Costume

Boy with Cerebral Palsy Dons Stellar Halloween Costume Five-year old Sebastian received more than just candy this past Halloween when he went out trick-or-treating—his Star Wars-themed costume made headlines, and was likely the envy of several children on his block. Sebastian has cerebral palsy, and requires a walker to move around, which has made it tricky […]

Inspiring Duo Completes Ironman Triathlon

Inspiring Duo Completes Ironman Triathlon This year’s Ironman Wisconsin event saw many athletes cross the finish line, but 25-year old Nick Anderson did it while pulling his childhood friend Halden Markusen behind him. Halden has cerebral palsy, a condition caused by brain damage that impairs the body’s control of movement and posture. Nick and Halden participated […]

All-Around High School Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Isn’t Slowing Down

All-Around High School Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Isn’t Slowing Down When high-school footballer Devon Barry suits up and takes the field, he looks just like any other defensive tackle—only he plays from his knees. Born with cerebral palsy, Devon gets around in a wheelchair or walker, but he doesn’t let that slow him down. His competitive […]

Child Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Completes Triathlon

Child Athlete with Cerebral Palsy Completes Triathlon There was not a dry eye at the finish line of the Castle Howard Triathlon in North Yorkshire, England as 8-year old Bailey Matthews crossed it with confidence. Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, completed the last leg of the race unassisted by his walking aid. He and his family […]

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