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Lonnie E. Shipe, M.A.
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“Continuous effort, not strength or intelligence, is the key to unlocking your potential.” Winston Churchill

Published on 12/13/2017
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Coping with cerebral palsy is extremely difficult for a parent or caregiver. Cerebral palsy is a complicated disorder that is caused by brain trauma or injury. As such, it is not strictly a disease and it cannot be cured. However, early intervention is one of the main keys to successful treatment of cerebral palsy. Coping with cerebral palsy is best handled through constant interaction with the child’s doctors and a solid support network.
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Cerebral palsy diagnosis is usually made when a child is very small. Parents are usually the first to notice that their child is not developing normally. Since early cerebral palsy diagnosis is so important to its successful treatment, it is important that you consult the child’s doctor as soon as you notice the child’s difficulties. Early warning signs of cerebral palsy include difficulties with fine or gross motor skills. The child may have trouble sitting up, using his or her arms and legs, or otherwise performing normal tasks. If your child receives a diagnosis of cerebral palsy, you may be initially shocked and stunned. You may experience feelings of guilt or anger. While every parent’s reaction is different, following a few tips can help you significantly in successfully coping with cerebral palsy.

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