Cerebral Palsy

Situations - Situations

Cerebral palsy is a group of permanent movement disorders that appear in early childhood and during birth. 


Signs and symptoms vary among people. Often, symptoms include poor coordination, stiff muscles, weak muscles, and tremors.


I have had cerebral palsy myself since I was born, which has affected most aspects of my life in a significant way.


I have also lived, worked and played with other people with cerebral palsy throughout my life. 


I have also worked with a number of organisations that support people with cerebral palsy.


In 1999, I produce research for Scope on the needs of people with cerebral palsy within Coventry and Warwickshire


I have also written many articles on my personal experiences of having cerebral palsy.


I believe it is important that people with cerebral palsy as appropriate and meaningful support in relation to their impairment. 



I also believe teens with cerebral palsy should have peer contact with other teens with cerebral palsy, especially if they are in a mainstream school.

I believe cerebral palsy can be seen as having its known cultural significance based on the level and type of 'cp'

I can provide a range of consultancy and training services relating to supporting people with cerebral palsy, including the provision of peer support.

A good example of how it is like to have cerebral palsy hr is a documentary from 'king gimp'