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Cerebral Palsy, the Signs to Look For
Cerebral palsy cannot be simply determined by a simple test. It is through a combination of clinical tests as well as keen observation that will help you determine early if your child have the condition. Remember that cerebral palsy is not a disease. It is best to throw away that kind of thinking as you begin to learn more about the condition.
Treatments and Drugs for Cerebral Palsy
It is usually a family’s joy to witness how a baby learns his first step and his first uttered words. In rare cases, a baby becomes unable to do such activities. Children with cerebral palsy are generally finding it uneasy if not impossible to take a first step or to say the first words. The condition is inborn and could be totally affecting all the activities and movements that children normally do everyday. Thus, many children with this problem are often confined within the use of wheelchairs, braces, or crutches.
How to Cope with Cerebral Palsy
It is not that easy to say that it is easy to live with cerebral palsy, but the first step in dealing with the disorder is to help others learn how to cope with cerebral palsy.