What are some good sources for parents of a child with cerebral palsy?
Resources can be a tremendous asset to parents and families who have a child with cerebral palsy. The following resources listed below are a list of community agencies and websites that can be helpful to you throughout your journey with your child.
- To learn more about cerebral palsy, visit Centers for Disease.
- To get connected with opportunities and resources for your child to live a productive and independent life, visit United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan.
- For access to local community support in Southeast Michigan area (Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne Counties) and child development information, visit Help Me Grow.
- For a list of helpful books for both adults and children on cerebral palsy visit the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Cerebral Palsy Resources.
- To receive support and emergency funds for your child’s special needs visit Children with Special Needs Fund.
- To connect in a social network built for families of children with special needs, visit Special needs For Moms.
Our Michigan cerebral palsy attorneys recommend parents to actively search out and use all community and financial supports available to them. We also recommend asking other parents what support systems and services they are using in your local area. In addition, you may also want to consider involving your child in both inclusive and specialized (special needs oriented) community and school programs to support both social and skill development.
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