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Related to palsy: Erb's palsy, Bell's palsy, Bulbar palsy, Supranuclear palsy
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The Duke program is focused on how to use stem cells to directly benefit children with cerebral palsy and a number of other disorders and diseases.
As part of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, which runs throughout October, Bobath has called on clinicians to refer children as soon as possible when problems are spotted.
Family days have been introduced by the charity, as a way of ensuring that children affected by facial palsy, their siblings and parents, are able to have a fun, relaxed day and meet others in the same position.
Cerebral Palsy Midlands is a charity which empowers and supports people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities from across the West Midlands.
Six-year-old Sally Garster, from Mossley Hill, was asked to come up with an idea that could make her life easier as part of a Merseyside charity's participation in World Cerebral Palsy day, in October.
Approximately 30,000 children in the UK have cerebral palsy and it is the most common form of childhood disability.
Several factors have been shown to either cause or increase the likelihood of developing cerebral palsy.
This is a fantastic new facility built by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance to support Canberrans with cerebral palsy and I am proud that the ACT Government provided the land on which it stands," Ms Burch said.
Facial palsy is a debilitating condition in which the muscles in the face are weakened, causing a variety of symptoms ranging from numbness to total paralysis of the features.
Across 10 different areas of life, adolescents with cerebral palsy only ranked their quality of friend and peer relationships as on average lower than adolescents in the general population, challenging the widespread perception that adolescents with disabilities have unhappy, unfulfilled lives.
It is one of 300 cerebral palsy organisations in 48 countries ready to mark the worldwide event.
These data "offer additional evidence that the underlying causes of cerebral palsy extend beyond the clinical management of delivery.