Treating children with Cerebral Palsy

Abstract – Poor Motor Coordination of the limbs & no communication

Neuro motor incoordination limited Ankith’s speech to a few sounds, but this cheerful child had a lot to say! A communication board was developed for him that had pictures of all his favorite things and people, and he learned to talk to everyone. Some children with cerebral palsy can speak, albeit a little unclearly. We work on improving their clarity, and for those who have difficulty speaking, we make communication boards to enable communication.

Takeaway Note

Children are diagnosed with Cerebral palsy as early as six months when parents notice either stiffness or “loose” movement of the limbs and a delay in milestones of sitting, crawling, and walking. Speech Therapy focus is on both verbal communication and nonverbal communication.

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