What Every Parent Ought To Know About Cerebral Palsy, Interview With Shriners Surgeon, Dr. Jon Davids How do you define Cerebral Palsy • What causes it • Does genetics play a role • Does Palsy refer to weakness of muscles or weak brain signals to the muscles • Importance of proper prenatal care to reduce the risk of CP • Handling feelings of guilt and doubts from parents • Current research and more....
#2 Cerebral Palsy.org has a section that explains the origin and history of Cerebral Palsy. There are several individuals that have contributed to the study of Cerebral Palsy. In 1861, Dr. William Little was the first to define CP as the result of an abnormal form of labor in which the infant is partially suffocated. Later, Dr. Sigmund Freud theorized that CP was caused by abnormal fetal development.
Out of My Mind - She cannot walk or talk, but she has a photographic memory; she can remember every detail of everything she has ever experienced. She is smarter than most of the adults who try to diagnose her and smarter than her classmates in her integrated classroom-the very same classmates who dismiss her as mentally challenged, because she cannot tell them otherwise. But Melody refuses to be defined by cerebral palsy. And she's determined to let everyone know it… I'll have to read.
Today is World Cerebral Palsy Day. Yesterday we asked you “what should everyone know about Cerebral Palsy?”. Here are our favourites: Cerebral Palsy does not define a person “People with cerebral p…
This Incredible Young Man Didn't Let Having Cerebral Palsy Define Who He Is. Now He's An Athlete. - http://wittybugs.com/this-incredible-young-man-didnt-let-having-cerebral-palsy-define-who-he-is-now-hes-an-athlete/
Author, Win Charles Talks To Us About Living with Cerebral Palsy & Her Book 05/13 by Melonis Matters | Lifestyle Podcasts Author Win Charles talks with us about winning the war on Cerebral Palsy and having the NO excuses mentality which set her in motion to write her books, raise awareness on Cerebral Palsy and set more goals for beating obstacles.
14) #WinFromWithin - Ben Jackson was born with spastic cerebral palsy, Ben didn't want that to define him or his limits. So he defied all odds to become a wrestler and so much more. Ben Jackson is never finished. http://www.vml.com/clients/gatorade