Cerebral Palsy, also known as CP, is a term used to identify children who are born with physical disabilities, many times due to lack of oxygen at birth, for some reason. Most people with CP have many difficulties from birth. Their speech may be affected as well as their ability to walk properly, sometimes their vision is affected. Developmental milestones are delayed, and many use walkers or wheelchairs to get around. They also may have "spastic" movements of the arms and legs, sometimes unable to control the muscles. Some kids with CP are very disabled, while others may be quite smart, but unable to express themselves. Whenever you meet a person in a wheelchair who does not have total control of speech or legs and arms, DON'T treat them like they are retarded or stupid and don't know what you are saying. You would be very surprised at how smart and capable that a person is. NEVER underestimate someone, and act like they are not there. They are there, but they may not be able to voice their feelings.
Cerebral palsy can not be cured.
what is the scientific name for cerebral palsy
Yes cats can get the equivalent of Cerebral Palsy and it is called Cerebral Hypoplasia.
Type your answer here... Spastic cerebral palsy with a percentage of 80% of all cerebral palsy cases.
Cerebral Palsy Greece was created in 1972.
None, cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage
cerebral palsy patients live until the age of 30 p.s look at your boobs because if they are big then you have cerebral palsy
Cerebral palsy can not be cured. But, then you can do lot many things to help the patient.
Yes. Most Cerebral Palsy is caused due to trauma or lack of oxygen to the brain during a difficult delivery. Any creature that is born can have Cerebral Palsy.
No. There are people who have Cerebral Palsy who have normal intelligence.
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Cerebral palsy is one of the most common causes of chronic childhood disability (1.4-2.7 % births). While preemies constitute a small minority of children with cerebral palsy, they are 25 times more likely to develop cerebral palsy than fullterm babies. Cerebral palsy (primarily diplegic cerebral palsy) occurs in 5-8 percent of babies born weighing less than 3 pounds.
In the brain.
No, it is not.
1 in every 1000 babies are born with cerebral palsy.... my uncle has it its not fun -scotty
No one. Cerebral refers to the cerebrum portion of the brain and palsy refers to a disorder of movement
He is a cerebral person. The cerebral cortex is located in the brain. She has cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy is not a genetic condition. It can not be inherited. Cerebral Palsy is caused most often by a birth-injury happening during or shortly after being born causing brain damage.
many people get cerebral palsy there isn't an amount some people just get it at there birth
No, there is not another name for Cerebral Palsy. It is, however, sometimes referred to by its abbreviated version, CP.
No, Cerebral Palsy is a developmental disorder caused by complications either before birth or just after birth.
I don't know about that. But there are some children + adults with cerebral Palsy that are diagnosed with autism.
yes he does have cerebral palsy
Information on cerebral palsy attorney can be found on numerous websites. A couple of these websites include Birth Injury Settlement, Cerebral Palsy Law Doctor, and Disabled Lawyering.