Parents with a special needs child are always wondering if they are doing enough to help their child grow and develop. By taking an active role in tracking the 9 important developmental milestones for your child, identifying developmental delay and finding a therapist for your special needs child, parents are well on their way to helping your child meet developmental milestones. […]
When a child is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, parents may worry about and wonder what’s in store for them in terms of therapy. What kind of funding is available for their child? And how do you go about receiving funding from various charities? This blog aims to provide a few resources for Canadian parents living in […]
- From the blog Having the first signs of cerebral palsy doesn’t set your child’s future in stone by Natan Gendelman
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For many parents of children with special needs, drooling is a common yet difficult issue to address. When a child is young, it is normal for him to drool as teething stimulates the glands in the mouth. However, drooling later on in life is a bigger problem which may occur due to several reasons including […]
UNITED KINGDOM– A target of £40,000 was reached to send a three year-old girl with cerebral palsy to the United States for a life-changing operation. Jenifer Clare will undergo Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) treatment at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. It is hoped that the surgery will enable Jenifer to walk for the first time. The family […]