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Read our latest articles relating to cerebral palsy below.
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.
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,
While the decision to attend university is pivotal in any person’s life, it can be even more significant for individuals who are living with a disability. We spoke to Eleanor, an 18-year-old student who has cerebral palsy, and recently made the decision to study Counselling Psychology at the University of Worcester.
People living with cerebral palsy and their families may feel that sport and other physical activities are closed off to them because of the significant challenges their disabilities bring. However, the truth is that participating in sport is possible for many people with cerebral palsy and even those who use a wheelchair full-time can get involved.
JMW Solicitors spoke with fitness and lifestyle YouTuber, Charlie Randell, about his experiences growing up with cerebral palsy and how he has adapted by breaking down the stigma related to fitness and dating with a disability.
JMW spoke with leading accessible travel blogger, Carrie-Ann Lightley, about her experiences with cerebral palsy and self-image.