Parents of Kids with CP: Your Rights Under the FMLA

In the News, Legal Help, Tips for Parents, Updates

Working parents of kids with CP often face unique challenges. For example, you may need to take several weeks off work while your child recovers from surgery. If you work holidays, there are likely no qualified caretakers available to watch your child on those days. There are hundreds of nerve-wracking ways that caring for your... Read More

Breaking Down Barriers: iPad Helpful Tool for Special-Needs Students

Assistive Technology, Education, In the News

The use of the iPad in education is "ever-expanding and ever-growing" for students with communication or curriculum access needs. Read More

Whole Body Vibration Therapy Increases Bone Strength

In the News, Treatments and Therapies

Although few therapies have proven successful at increasing bone and muscle strength among people with cerebral palsy, one promising approach is WBVT. Read More

How Electronic Fetal Monitoring Can Prevent Cerebral Palsy

Prenatal Care and Childbirth

Howard A. Janet CPFN Legal Advisor Knowledge Is Power As the parent of a child who suffers from cerebral palsy (CP), you are well aware of this old adage. That’s why you spend countless hours reading, searching the Web and poring over new sources of information about CP, its symptoms and advances in treatment. You... Read More

Was Your Child's CP Preventable?