Did you know that 1 in 3 people with CP can't walk and 1 in 4 people with CP can't talk? We all know that CP is a complex disability but this handy 'What is #cerebralpalsy?' infographic for #worldcpday will help to explain it. You can download a copy at http://worldcpday.org/assets/Uploads/about/WorldCPDayCP-Infographic.pdf
Here The Cerebral Palsy Site has put together a visual representation of facts about Cerebral Palsy and also UK statistics, from the types of Cerebral Palsy, the causes and ranges of treatment available.
To help people understand Cerebral Palsy, which is a catch-all diagnosis. My son, Timmy, has Hypotonic Quadriplegia. Hypotonic means low (hypo) muscle tone. (If Tim had high muscle tone he would be described as having Spastic Quadriplegia.)
Cerebral Palsy Infographic: Cerebral palsy is a set of disorders involving brain and nervous system functions such as movement, hearing, seeing and thinking. The word cerebral refers to the brain and palsy refers to paralysis or lack of control with one's body. If you feel your health care provider acted with negligence, contact Sokolove Law at 800-568-7314, or for more information visit: http://awe.sm/h11lv.