Partial Cerebral Palsy
What Does It Mean For My Child?

Partial cerebral palsy is a term often used to describe a child with cerebral palsy who does not exhibit the full range of symptoms one might expect.

It can also be used to describe how the cerebral palsy symptoms affect only partial areas of the body, such as spastic hemiplegia (one side of the body) or spastic diplegia (lower half of the body).

If your child has been identified as having partial or even mild cerebral palsy , it is good to understand which specific classification of cerebral palsy best describes your child.

For a full list of the types of cerebral palsy, click here.

Regardless of the specific cerebral palsy diagnosis, however, 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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