Mild cerebral palsy simply means that a child has been
diagnosed with cerebral palsy,
but that the child's symptoms are not as severe as the
of other cerebral palsy children.
Even so, it may still be instructive to review the
types of cerebral palsy
to better understand in which category your child fits.
However, the cerebral palsy classification is not as important as simply evaluating your child's problems and then devising a plan to make him or her better.
The information at special-needs-hope.com isn't just for parents with children with severe cerebral palsy.
and information that we have found will help all brain injured children, including those considered mild.
If your child's symptoms are not as severe as other children with cerebral palsy, that is a blessing.
But, your child still has a brain injury and needs your help.
Regardless of the specific cerebral palsy diagnosis or severity, you can make your child better.
There is hope.
To learn more about Cerebral Palsy, please investigate the following links:
Click here for the Cerebral Palsy Guide
Click here for Cerebral Palsy Diagnosis
Click here for Cerebral Palsy Causes
Click here for Cerebral Palsy Symptoms
Click here for Cerebral Palsy Prognosis
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