Children with Cerebral Palsy: A Parent's Guide

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Elaine Geralis
Woodbine House, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 481 pages
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The future is brighter then ever for children with cerebral palsy -- the most common developmental disability among young people today. With advances in medicine, early intervention, and therapy, these children can maximise their potential and lead healthy, rewarding lives. But perhaps the most important influence of all comes from parents who provide constant support and encouragement. This is essential reading for all parents who want to learn about cerebral palsy and how it will affect their child and family.

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