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Common Misconceptions About Raising A Child With Cerebral Palsy

By Dr. Reshmi PramodPosted On 01-Apr-2019


Every child is unique and beautiful. A child with cerebral palsy is as unique as a child without the same disease. Raising a child is no simple task. But many believe that a child with cerebral palsy can become a burden to his or her parents. Even though the child may require extra care, he or she can never be a burden. Cerebral palsy can affect muscle tone, motor skills, and coordination. It can also affect bladder and bowel control, and the patient’s ability to speak. With proper care and attention, it is possible to find relief from the condition.

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Common misconceptions about Cerebral Palsy

• Cerebral Palsy can worsen with age

• People with cerebral palsy will always have to depend on others

• Children with cerebral palsy can never indulge in proper communication

• People suffering from cerebral palsy are always intellectually disabled

• The effect of cerebral palsy is always the same for everyone

• A child with cerebral palsy can become a burden on parents

• A child with cerebral palsy can never have a career or a future

• People with cerebral palsy can never be mobile


Busting the Myth

It is true that cerebral palsy can be challenging but it is not the end. There are many who still believe that there is no life for people suffering from cerebral palsy. These people should take a look at how these misconceptions are so far from the truth.

• The symptoms of cerebral palsy do not increase with age.

• Using assistive technologies, including mobility aids and transfer equipment, can help a person with cerebral palsy to move around without extra help. Certain modifications in the home and work environment can also help.

• By using effective communication devices and through speech therapy it is possible to overcome speech disability in the case of cerebral palsy patients.

• A child with cerebral palsy may not always be intellectually disabled. The chance for this to occur is between 30-45%.

• Cerebral palsy can have a different effect on different individuals. The symptoms for the same type of cerebral palsy disorder can vary across different patients.

• There are colleges across the world that offer education to people with cerebral palsy.

• It is true that a child with cerebral palsy may need extra care but they can have a normal life and does not have to be a burden to his or her parents.

• People with cerebral palsy may not always have to be homebound.

Having cerebral palsy does not mean that you cannot have a bright future. Here are a few examples of people who did not allow cerebral palsy to restrict their career options.

Bharat H. G was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at a very young age. But he did not let this condition stand in his way of pursuing his dreams. He is now on his seventh year in one of the famous IT companies. Dr. Riitesh Sinha used a ‘trike’ to overcome his mobility issues. He is now a recipient of Cavinkare Ability Award and works as a teacher.

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Ayurvedic Treatment for Cerebral Palsy

Jeevaniyam Ayurveda Hospital and Research Center offers specialized therapy, combined with physiotherapy and other exercises to improve muscle coordination in cerebral palsy patients. Their effective medical treatment and specialized care for every patient allows them to provide one of the effective cerebral palsy diagnosis in Kerala.

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Authored By Dr. Reshmi Pramod

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