I always get asked questions that never occur to me to answer. But I do my best to answer those questions because my readers want the answers. One of those questions i have been getting a lot lately is: can a child outgrow cerebral palsy?
outgrow cerebral palsy
For those of you who are familiar with the basics of cerebral palsy if this answer feels like i am a broken record. Please forgive me. I have a wide readership. Those of you who are getting to know me and those of you who have loyal from day one. Both types of readers, hold a valuable place on this blog. As they help me to keep my perspective fresh and for that i am grateful.
The answer to the question is can a child outgrow cerebral palsy? The Short answer is no if you have cerebral palsy you will have it for life. I’ve got into a more lengthy explanation about why that is the case, in other blog posts. I will say here that cerebral palsy is a condition that is stable once you have it. Meaning it doesn’t get any better nor does it get any worse and it won’t go away.
For those of you that have lived life with cerebral palsy. What advice would you give to parents and families raising children and young adults with it today?
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