Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Cerebral Palsy Information, Advice and Facts

Cerebral palsy (cp) is not a disease or an illness; it is a physical impairment that affects movement. The severity of the restrictions caused by Cerebral palsy vary greatly from barely being noticeable to extremely severe. No two people with cerebral palsy are the same.

The section of Ableize is designed to offer you contacts with various cerebral palsy websites, societies and organisations mostly throughout the UK but may contain world wide sites of cerebral palsy interest along with CP symptoms details, causes, official diagnosis and treatment information and also supplying you with details of local cerebral palsy UK support groups and charities. Please click on the title of the cerebral palsy website below that takes your interest.

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Find details of this cerebral palsy advice and support society established in 1954 as a local Bedford charity. Includes general information about cerebral palsy along with information about their support, youth club and how to get involved.

A cerebral palsy charity encouraging and increasing childrens ability to move and function in as normal a way as possible. Includes an in depth description of the treatments offered.

A busy cerebral palsy charity located in Birmingham and established back in 1947. Site provides details of the activities and events along with telephone contacts and details of how to get involved or receive assistance. Lottery funded.

Bristol charity actively assisting adults and children with cerebral palsy as well as their family members and carers. Site provides membership details and highlights the services along with local contacts.

A site dedicated to providing information and resources in all areas of Cerebral Palsy as well as other birth related injuries and disabilities.

Support group located in Cumbria providing cerebral palsy information and advice along with des services, news and updates and fundraising activities. Include local contacts.

Dedicated to promoting all manner of sports for people with cerebral palsy. Site provides details of the fundraising and sports events along with information about how to get involved.

Founded in Great Britain in 1969 and now has members in 49 countries. Read newsletters, details of future meetings and the work undertaken.

Highlights the symptoms of cerebral palsy with official causes, treatment and diagnosis details and video clips.

The largest charity for cerebral palsy in the UK. Site offers details of the condition, campaigns, news and a range of help and information.

A large UK independent charity run by volunteers working to promote awareness and raise funds to purchase mobility products and educational aids for adults and children with cerebral palsy.