Cerebral Palsy for Teens
Cerebral palsy is one of the most common developmental disabilities in the United States. It affects a person's ability to move and coordinate body movements.
Cerebral Palsy for Parents
Cerebral palsy (CP) affects a child's muscle tone, movement, and more. This article explains causes, diagnosis, treatment, and coping.
Ataxic Cerebral Palsy for Parents
Kids with ataxic CP have trouble with balance. They may walk with their legs farther apart than other kids. And they can have trouble knowing exactly where something is.
What Is the Apgar Score? for Parents
The Apgar score is the very first test given to a newborn, done right after birth in the delivery or birthing room.
Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy for Parents
Dyskinetic CP, or athetoid CP, is a type of CP. Kids with dyskinetic CP have trouble controlling muscle movement.
Spastic Cerebral Palsy for Parents
Kids with spastic CP have stiff muscles in the upper part of the body, the lower part, or both.
Choosing the Right Sport for You for Teens
If you're having trouble choosing a sport, this article can help!
Kids who have trouble walking have many options when it comes to getting around. View the slideshow below to learn more.
Dwarfism Special Needs Factsheet for Educators
What teachers should know about dwarfism, and how to help students with dwarfism succeed in school.
Movement, Coordination, and Your Newborn for Parents
It may seem like all babies do is sleep, eat, and cry, but their little bodies are making many movements, some of which are reflexes.