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Understanding Cerebral Palsy

Eddie Jones, head of clinical negligence at JMW Solicitors, explains some of the misconceptions his clients with cerebral palsy face. Cerebral palsy is the description...

Finding support for children with Cerebral Palsy

Input from local authorities can be of paramount importance for childrenwith CP, write Jane Weakley and Arti Shah. In her inquiry report in 2015, which...

Joining up CP provision

Amanda Richardson makes the case for a UK cerebral palsy register 

Supporting epilepsy at school

What’s school like for a pupil with SEN and epilepsy? Carol Long reveals two families’ very different experiences 

Wheelchair friendly schools

Sue Hurrell outlines the steps her daughter’s school took to ensure it is wheelchair accessible

Early support for cerebral palsy

Amanda Richardson looks at the role recent NICE guidelines can play in early diagnosis and intervention for CP

Bodies in mind

Denisa Nenova explores the benefits of yoga for children with SEN

An unpredictable condition

Chloe Tear looks at how cerebral palsy can affect people very differently from one day to the next

Working backwards

Finding the right assistive solutions for those with CP should start with what they want to achieve, write Helen Cronshaw and Hannah Golding

Call for national cerebral palsy strategy

Earlier diagnosis and intervention for cerebral palsy would improve outcomes for children and young people with the condition and produce broader benefits for society,...