Cerebral Palsy RSS Feeds
Site - cpfamilynetwork.org
About Site - Cerebral Palsy Family Network is a non profit organization, whose mission is to provide medical and legal resources for families and their children with cerebral palsy. Our mission is to provide resources and support
Site - cerebralpalsyguide.com/blog
About Site - Cerebral Palsy Guide is a national support organization dedicated to educating individuals and families about cerebral palsy. While raising awareness about this movement disorder, our team is also committed to providing informational support for children with CP and their parents and caregivers.
About Site - We provide vital guidance and assistance to parents of a child with cerebral palsy. Information on causes, treatment, financial assistance, and more.
Site - cerebralpalsynewstoday.com
About Site - Cerebral Palsy News Today is committed to presenting the CP community with the latest science, health, and advocacy news related to Cerebral Palsy.
Site - yourcpf.org/blogs
New York, NY
About Site - The Cerebral Palsy Foundation is dedicated to transforming lives for people with cerebral palsy today through research, innovation, and collaboration.
Site - worldcpday.org/blog
About Site - World Cerebral Palsy Day is a movement of people with cerebral palsy and their families, and the organisations that support them, in more than 60 countries. Our vision is to ensure that children and adults with cerebral palsy (CP) have the same rights, access and opportunities as anyone else in our society.
Site - reddit.com/r/CerebralPalsy
About Site - Reddit is a community of millions of users engaging in the creation of content and the sharing of conversation across tens of thousands of topics. Read about Cerebral Palsy on Reddit
Site - orthocerebralpalsy.wustl.edu
St. Louis, MO
About Site - Pooya Hosseinzadeh, MD, the author of this blog, is a pediatric orthopedic physician at Washington University Orthopedics in St. Louis, Missouri. He specializes in the evaluation and treatment of neuromuscular conditions in children, including cerebral palsy. This blog was created to discuss the operative and non-operative treatments that are available for certain musculoskeletal conditions in children with cerebral palsy
About Site - Cerebral Palsy Alliance provides essential services and equipment for families who are living with disabilities. This can mean providing anything from an electric wheelchair to regular physiotherapy.
Site - ucp.org/category/press
About Site - United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits for people with a broad range of disabilities and their families.
Site - cpdailyliving.com
South Carolina, USA
About Site - Cerebral Palsy Daily Living is designed to give families and caregivers dealing with CP a central place for practical information and resources within the context of an emotionally-supportive community.
About Site - By supporting innovative rehabilitation and research, the CCPM team is committed to standing in the gap to encourage, educate and empower all those impacted by a Cerebral Palsy diagnosis.
Site - transcendingcp.blogspot.com
About Site - For the majority of my childhood, I rarely spoke about my disability, but a writing class that I took in my senior year of high school changed everything, and I realized that I had words to share with the world. I am 22 years old and I have mild spastic diplegia cerebral palsy. My disability has shaped me as a person in so many ways, but I am much more than my diagnosis.
About Site - My name is Hannah Thompson. I recently graduated from Elmhurst College with a B.A. in Communication. I am a motivational speaker encouraging people to do their impossible. I was born with Cerebral Palsy and that does not stop me from doing anything! I am changing the world one audience at a time!
Site - cerebralpalsystrong.com
About Site - Welcome to Cerebral Palsy Strong! My name is Katy Fetters & I started CPstrong in order to sustain my existence in the online space long after my blog for teens with cerebral palsy fell behind as I entered into adulthood. Most importantly, I want to have a place where I can share stories about myself, others, and our experiences of life [in our 20's] with cerebral palsy.
Site - cpstudentblog.blogspot.com
About Site - Hi! My name is Chloe Tear, I am 19 years old and I'm a university student studying Psychology and Child Development. I have mild cerebral palsy which affects the left side of my body as a result of being born 8 weeks early and weighing 3lb 3oz, as well as epilepsy, chronic pain and impaired vision. During this blog, I will talk about what it’s like being a student who may face a few more hurdles than most. I hope you&
Site - ucpcleveland.org/blog
About Site - The mission of UCP of Greater Cleveland is to empower children and adults with disabilities to advance their independence, productivity and inclusion in the community.
Site - wheelchairwhitney.com
About Site - Whitney Bailey is a individual with a disability who was born with cerebral palsy. By sharing her experiences, she hopes that she can show that with a little perseverance one can tackle any challenge in life
About Site - Our team is uniquely qualified with both Legal and Medical degrees, which is why we are the choice of so many parents seeking justice for their child with Cerebral Palsy and why others with serious and permanent injuries due to medical mistakes seek out our counsel.
About Site - Hello! My name is Evie, I am sixteen years old and I have Spastic Cerebral Palsy. I am writing this blog to raise awareness about Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy and discuss topics which often just aren't talked about
About Site - It was Thanksgiving day back in 2002. I was only 23 years old and my life forever changed on that day. I had a placental abruption and Brendan was born at 33 weeks. He lost oxygen during delivery due to incompetent care but was a fighter and turned 13 this year. My journey in life over the past 13 years took many turns I was not expecting but I try to stay strong and have my husband by my side even when I am not.