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         Cerebral Palsy:     more books (100)
  1. Cerebral Palsy by Freeman Miller, 2005-01-14
  2. Cerebral Palsy: Principles and Management by Christos Panteliadis, 2004-10-11
  3. Cerebral Palsy (Explaining) by Sarah Levete, 2008-09-11
  4. Orthopedic Management of Cerebral Palsy, An Issue of Orthopedic Clinics (The Clinics: Orthopedics) by Hank Chambers, 2010-10-21
  5. 51 Cerebral Palsy Tips - Are you looking for ways to help? In this ebook you will learn by www.masteresell-right, 2010-09-29
  6. Functional Cerebral SPECT and PET Imaging by Ronald L Van Heertum, 2009-09-01
  7. Management of Spasticity in Cerebral Palsy: The Role of Intrathecal Baclofen
  8. From CP to Cpa: One Mans Triumph over the Disability of Cerebral Palsy by Robin E. Pritts, 2003-04-30
  9. Yes I Can: Challenging Cerebral Palsy (Children of Courge) by Doris Sanford, 1992-11-01
  10. Explaining Cerebral Palsy (Explaining.) by Sarah Levete, 2009-08
  11. Posture and Movement of the Child with Cerebral Palsy by Marcia Hornbrook Stamer, 2006-11
  12. Caring for Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Teambased Approach
  13. Improving Hand Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy (Clinics in Developmental Medicine?? ?) by Ann-Christin Eliasson, Patricia Burtner, 2008-12-03
  14. Management of the Motor Disorders of Children with Cerebral Palsy (Clinics in Developmental Medicine?? ?) by David Scrutton, Margaret Mayston, 2003-02-01

41. All Types Of Cerebral Palsy, Cerebral Palsy, Erbs Palsy
cerebral palsy, Erbs palsy from birth injuries can be prevented. Find cerebralpalsy treatments, erbs palsy and birth injuries information and help with
cerebral palsy treatments - erbs palsy - birth injuries - child with special needs Are you the parent (grandparent or guardian), of a child with special needs? Does your child suffer from Cerebral Palsy, Erbs Palsy, Mental Retardation, seizures, intellectual or physical limitations, or other injuries that may have occurred before, during or after birth? Do you ever ask,
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4MyChild provides a wealth of knowledge to help you with the difficulties of caring for children with Cerebral Palsy or other special needs. We can help you find the answers. We are committed to eliminating all doctor caused Cerebral Palsy Erb's Palsy , and other birth injuries , while helping you cope with the challenges of caring for a special needs child
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42. CP Information
Information about cerebral palsy and the effects that technology can have upon it.
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43. Cerebral Palsy -
Read about a disease that can have a broad range of severity. Learn how to spotthe symptoms, how CP is diagnosed, and what team of physicians is needed for
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44. Genetic Disorders: The Links To Diet
Explores the role of diet in birth defects and genetic disorders. Includes nutritional links to disorders such as Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, homocystinuria, and cystic fibrosis.

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Many researchers and support groups state that birth defects and genetic disorders, especially connective tissue disorders such as Marfan syndrome osteogenesis imperfecta and Ehlers-Danlos syndrome , can't possibly be cured through diet because they are inherited genetic disorders. This conclusion is invalid simply because many birth defects and inherited genetic disorders have been found to be improved, or even cured, through diet. The old school of thinking that a birth defect or inherited disorder had to be caused by a single gene is no longer widely held in medical circles. The breakthrough concept in research is that many birth defects and inherited disorders are influenced by both genes and environmental factors, especially nutrition. Genes may make people susceptible to certain defects and disorders, but they are often only a part of the picture. "Genes are not necessarily destiny. They are influenced by the chemistry of what we consume." - article on

45. North American Growth In CP Project
Children with cerebral palsy often do not grow the same as other children. A page for kids, about cerebral palsy and NAGCePP and other fun things on the
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46. Shazza's
Parent of a 3 year old child with epilepsy, cerebral palsy, and global developmental delay. The site touches on sibling issues, services, and includes an interactive book to take you through her little man's average week.
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47. Disability Info: Cerebral Palsy Fact Sheet (FS2)
cerebral palsyalso known as CPis a condition caused by injury to the parts of and impairments from other causes (eg, cerebral palsy, amputations,
NICHCY Our Publications Disability Info
A publication of the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities
Cerebral Palsy
Table of Contents
Jennifer's story
What is CP?

How common is it?

What are the signs?
Additional Resources

Fact Sheet 2 (FS2)
January 2004
Approx. 7 pages when printed.
PDF version
Jennifer's Story
Jen was born 11 weeks early and weighed only 2½ pounds. The doctors were surprised to see what a strong, wiggly girl she was. But when Jen was just a few days old, she stopped breathing and was put on a ventilator. After 24 hours she was able to breathe on her own again. The doctors did a lot of tests to find out what had happened, but they couldn't find anything wrong. The rest of Jen's time in the hospital was quiet, and after two months she was able to go home. Everyone thought she would be just fine. At home, Jen's mom noticed that Jen was really sloppy when she drank from her bottle. As the months went by, Jen's mom noticed other things she didn't remember seeing with Jen's older brother. At six months, Jen didn't hold her head up straight. She cried a lot and would go stiff with rage. When Jen went back for her six-month checkup, the doctor was concerned by what he saw and what Jen's mom told him. He suggested that Jen's mom take the little girl to a doctor who could look closely at Jen's development. Jen's mom took her to a developmental specialist who finally put a name to all the little things that hadn't seemed right with Jen cerebral palsy

48. KidPower-- Cerebral Palsy And Family Support
Offers support through email lists, chat and/or message boards. Set up mainly for disability support sites but all are welcome.

49. Cerebral Palsy (part 1), NCBDDD, CDC
The National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities promoteschild development, prevents birth defects and developmental disabilities,
NCBDDD Home Cerebral Palsy What Is Cerebral Palsy? How Common Is It? ... Click here to contact the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities. What is cerebral palsy? Cerebral palsy refers to a group of disorders that affect a person's ability to move and to maintain balance and posture. It is due to a nonprogressive brain abnormality, which means that it does not get worse over time, though the exact symptoms can change over a person's lifetime. People with cerebral palsy have damage to the part of the brain that controls muscle tone. Muscle tone is the amount of resistance to movement in a muscle. It is what lets you keep your body in a certain posture or position. For example, it lets you sit up straight and keep your head up. Changes in muscle tone let you move. For example, to bring your hand to your face, the tone in your biceps muscle at the front of your arm must increase while the tone in the triceps muscle at the back of your arm must decrease. The tone in different muscle groups must be balanced for you to move smoothly. There are four main types of cerebral palsy - spastic, athetoid, ataxic, and mixed.

50. Melmark - Expanding Life's Options For Children And Adults With Special Needs
Approved private school, day and residential, educational, therapeutic and recreational services for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities
Home Search Contact Us Melmark, a comprehensive multi- service agency, provides residential, educational, therapeutic, and recreational services for children and adults with developmental disabilities in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. Our varied programs promote independence, increased self-awareness, and confidence, while offering participants opportunities to make friends and develop personal interests. Melmark delivers effective research-based services emphasizing personal worth and achievement. All programming occurs in the least restrictive environment possible. Save the date.
Melmark needs your support to provide the highest quality services to people with developmental disabilities. Contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations enable us to develop new programs and therapeutic activities as we continue to pursue our mission of excellence. Site Map HIPAA Statement Mission Sponsor Melmark, 2600 Wayland Road, Berwyn, PA 19312. Phone:

51. Welcome To Children With Special Needs OnLine
A site for parent of children with special needs including, but not limited to autism, adhd, microcephaly, cerebral palsy, and epilepsy.

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September 03, 2005 Welcome to Children With Special Needs OnLine Best viewed with IE Explorer 6 at 1024 x 768 Announcements It's a girl! Kaitlyn was born on August 7th. I'm staying very busy between her, Jake, and my oldest starting high school. YIKES!!! I hope to find time, somehow, to work on the site, but it'll still be slow going. Featured Child Jacob Want to know when Children With Special Needs OnLine gets updated? Join the mailing list. Enter your name and email address: Name: Email: Subscribe Unsubscribe

52. Cerebral Palsy / Family Village Library
American Academy for cerebral palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM) Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Neurology cerebral palsy Web Board
Cerebral Palsy
Who to Contact
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Who to Contact
American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AACPDM)
6300 North River Road
Suite 727
Rosemont, IL 60018-4226
Fax: (847) 823-0536
This organization is a multidisciplinary scientific society devoted to the study of cerebral palsy and other childhood onset disabilities, to promoting professional education for the treatment and management of these conditions, and to improving the quality of life for people with these disabilities.
United Cerebral Palsy (UCP)
1660 L St., NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20036-5603 (800) USA-5-UCP or (202) 776-0406 TTY: (202) 973-7197 Fax: (202) 776-0414 E-mail: Website: The national organization and its nationwide network of more than 100 affiliates in 37 states, and the District of Columbia, strive to ensure the inclusion of persons with disabilities in every facet of society—from the Web to the workplace, from the classroom to the community. As one of the largest health charities in America, UCP's mission is to advance the independence, productivity and full citizenship of people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, through our commitment to the principles of independence, inclusion and self-determination.
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53. UCP: Boccia
Provides an overview of the game, its rules and court markings along with information regarding the United cerebral palsy organization's support.
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UCP’s Sports and Leisure Channel is designed for people with disabilities who are interested in sports and other leisure activities and proposes creative ideas for inclusive community recreation programs, including outdoor adventure activities for people with disabilities.

54. Pediatric Neurology Treating Neuromuscular Disease, Spina Bifida And Child Neuro
Offering investigation and treatment of all neurological conditions, with specialized clinics for patients with epilepsy or cerebral palsy. Includes clinic times, staff profiles, and details of procedures. St. Louis, Missouri, USA.

55. The Paul Smith Foundation Home Page
A site about Paul Smith, a man with cerebral palsy who creates art with a typewriter.

56. Cerebral Palsy Society Of New Zealand
This website aims to provide you with information about cerebral palsy as wellas links to New Zealand resources and websites you may find useful.
The goal of the Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand is to maximise the quality of life for people with Cerebral Palsy and their families by recognizing their inherent ability to achieve. We are committed to educating people with disabilities and their families, carers and other support workers to achieve and believe in their own capabilities. This website aims to provide you with information about Cerebral Palsy as well as links to other websites you may find useful. For assistance with Cerebral Palsy, please visit the Focus 2000 site for further information. Conductive Education - an holistic programme which encourages children with motor disorders to be active and independent members of society. Mobility Rehabilitation - programmes designed to encourage adults with disabilities to live an active and fulfilling life. In particular, we focus on clients mobility and independence.

57. Cerebral Palsy FYI - Information On Cerebral Palsy
Learn about cerebral palsy, including the different types of cerebral palsy,causes of cerebral palsy, and cerebral palsy treatment.
Cerebral Palsy FYI
Did You Know Birth Injury Malpractice May Lead To Cerebral Palsy?
What is Cerebral Palsy FYI?
Cerebral Palsy FYI is a resource for information on cerebral palsy. This site is sponsored by the following attorneys. Litigators Incorporated Litigators Incorporated is a Plaintiff's medical malpractice law firm that concentrates on representing parents of children with cerebral palsy, brain damage, Erb's palsy, and brachial plexus palsy. Jeff Brody is an attorney and president of the firm. His sister died, leaving behind a child born with brain damage. Her death was the motivating force in his decision to handle birth trauma cases. Since then he has talked to thousands of parents of children with brain damage or cerebral palsy from all over the country, making him one of the leading birth trauma attorneys in the United States. He and the attorneys across the nation with whom he is affiliated are experienced in dealing with the complicated details associated with a medical malpractice trial. Kenneth M. Sigelman, J.D., M.D.

58. Movement Educators - Feldenkrais Method Professional Training And Programs
Information about the Feldenkrais Method plus programs for performing artists, martial artists, athletes and children with cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders.
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M ovement Educators conduct Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs. They also organize other Feldenkrais
M ovement Educators come to your community, upon request, for one or two weeks at a time, several times a year to present intensive programs. They are also in the process of developing a beautiful retreat center in the Southwest of New Mexico where individuals, groups and families can come for a variety of programs. Enjoy a
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59. Cerebral Palsy
Features an online cerebral palsy booklet, dictionary, book and resource lists,and special sections for kids and parents.
Welcome to the
Cerebral Palsy Resource Center
Cerebral palsy (CP) is one of the most common causes of chronic childhood disability, with a frequency of 1.4 - 2.7% of live births. The prevalence of cerebral palsy has remained very stable for many years at this percentage. While the improved survival of extremely preterm infants may result in an increasing number of children with cerebral palsy, preemies constitute a small minority of the overall number of disabled children. About 10% of preemies born at less than 1000 grams will eventually be diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Estimates range from 17 - 60% of CP cases that have no known perinatal or neonatal etiology.
Children who have mild motor impairment and who are suspected of cerebral palsy at one year of age are often free of motor symptoms by early school age. These children, however, are more likely to have other developmental problems, including mental retardation, learning disability, seizures, and speech problems than those with no early motor problems. Early identification and treatment of cerebral palsy and/or other related developmental problems may stabilize the impairment and reduce associated disability. ( Overview by Dr. Sheena Carter

60. Loving Paws Assistance Dogs Index
the majority of placements are with children with spinal cord injuries, also provides Service and Social Dogs to children with Muscular Dystrophy, cerebral palsy, Spina Bifida, and other disabilities.
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