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Cerebral Palsy affects nearly one in 400 children born in the UK but the reality for many people with CP, and for parents who have a child with the condition, is that the lack of public awareness about CP can make life a real struggle. In this article, hear from those parents.

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The general public has many common misconceptions of what CP is. Chloe Tear - student blogger and Head Ambassador for CP Teens UK - fills in the gaps of the public’s knowledge.

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Babies who are starved of oxygen during birth are at a high risk of brain damage and therefore the development of cerebral palsy. However, a treatment method has emerged in recent years that can bring hope to babies who sadly suffer such a traumatic start to life,

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Children living with cerebral palsy have a range of specialist care requirements that can significantly affect their needs in terms of providing safe and practical living accommodation.

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Diagnosing cerebral palsy is a difficult process as there are other health problems that can mimic the condition. In this article, find out more about the common symptoms and diagnosis techniques.

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There is no cure for cerebral palsy; there are, however, a variety of treatments available that are capable of significantly improving a sufferer’s quality of life. Find out what these treatments are in this article

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