Cerebral Palsy Problem
Cerebral Palsy Problem can affect a person’s posture, balance and ability to move, communicate, eat, sleep and learn.The parts of the body affected by cerebral palsy, the level of severity and combination of symptoms of Cerebral Palsy can differ for each person. For example, one person may have a weakness in one hand and find tasks like writing or tying shoelaces challenging.
Another person may have little or no control over their movements or speech and require 24 hour assistance.People with cerebral palsy may experience uncontrolled or unpredictable movements, muscles can be stiff, weak or tight and in some cases people have shaky movements or tremors. People with severe cure for cerebral palsy may also have difficulties with swallowing, breathing, head and neck control, bladder and bowel control, eating and have dental and digestive Cerebral Palsy Problem.Mobility issues
1 in 3 children with Cerebral Palsy Problem will be unable to walk. At greatest risk are those who have spastic quadriplegia,intellectual disability, epilepsy, vision impairment and an inability to sit independently at 2 years of age.
- Ankle Foot Orthoses
- Early motor intervention
- Powered mobility