Cerebral Palsy guidance – Resources for parents
Cerebral Palsy Guidance is an important and valuable resource for parents of children with cerebral palsy and other birth injuries. We created CerebralPalsyGuidance.com to help parents with questions. Whether you have a firm diagnosis for your child, or you’re wondering if something went wrong during labor and delivery, we can help you find the answers.
We cover all the angles, providing up-to-date information on causes, symptoms, treatments, diagnosis, and the latest research. While we don’t replace guidance from a physician, our site is a great place to start your cerebral palsy journey. We provide two main types of information for parents with big questions:
- Cerebral palsy and birth injuries. If your child has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy or is showing signs that they might have birth-related disabilities, you need information. From the basics of symptoms and diagnosis to tips for daily living, getting the right educational resources, and transitioning to adulthood, we cover it all. We also provide additional resources for everything from community organizations to the best medical centers for cerebral palsy.
- Legal resources. Birth injuries are often preventable. A doctor’s mistake can leave a family devastated with a child’s lifelong disabilities and skyrocketing medical bills. We partner with experienced and local birth injury and cerebral palsy lawyers and firms. You can contact these experts to learn more about your legal and financial options. Our state-by-state legal guides explain some of the laws that might impact your child and local resources for your area.
Cerebral Palsy Guidance isn’t just any website. We have strict editorial guidelines and professional partnerships to ensure the information we provide is accurate, timely, and valuable. Every page is researched and written by an experienced writer and reviewed by a legal or medical expert. We update content regularly to ensure it is up to date.
Check out CerebralPalsyGuidance.com for answers, resources, and links to local and nationwide resources.
Courtesy of Jennifer LaRocco