The Cerebral Palsy Clinic provides care for children with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and their families.
Children who have CP have difficulty with balance, posture, decreased ability to move, poor coordination, or “extra movements” depending where the injury is in the brain. The injury to the brain cannot be cured and will not get worse as your child grows which means it is not a progressive condition. As the brain matures most children with CP make progress with motor skills just as any child does, but the amount of progress and how long it takes depends on the severity of the injury.
The focus of the clinic is to provide each child and family the necessary resources, interventions and equipment to maximize their function as they transition from infants to youth.