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Cerebral Palsy, Inc.
"Cerebral Palsy, Inc. has been serving Northeast Wisconsin for over 57 years. While providing services to people of all ages, regardless of income or their reason for needing services, we strive to promote community involvement, inclusion and enhance the quality of life of all persons. When cost effective, innovative, quality care is needed, we are here to help. Our skilled staff is here to work with individuals and families by providing support and professional services to those who have been affected by temporary or permanent physical, sensory, and/or speech needs or conditions regardless of what brought on the need for services. Our staff is skilled in dealing with Cerebral Palsy, Muscular Dystrophy, Spina Bifida, Speech and Language Needs, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Integration, Arthritis, Back Pain, Post Stroke, Post Surgical, Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, Amputees, Diabetes, Head Injury, Developmental Delays, Accident Recovery, and Sports Injury, just to name a few of the conditions.
Cerebral Palsy, Inc. is independent of any state or national organization and is governed by a 27 member volunteer board of directors made up of community professionals. Their varying backgrounds help ensure efficient and effective operations. We are a local, independent, 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All of the money raised by our organization stays locally and is used to help persons in Northeast Wisconsin.
Following is a brief description of the services we offer:
Children’s Services: Birth-to-3 and Pediatric Therapy Services.
Adult Occupational Therapy: Promoting health, wellness and therapeutic services for adults needing support to independenly perform daily living skills.
Common Paths Early Education & Care: an inclusive child care facility serving children with and without special needs.
Adult Day Services: Adult Day Services for individuals over the age of 18, who are no longer being served by their school district. Providing age appropriate skills training for individuals at two locations: the Greater Green Bay and Lakeshore CP Centers.
Outreach Services: Providing support services for individuals and families needing assistance outside of the programs offered at the CP Center.
Assistive Technology Services: Augmentative Communication and Adaptive Computer Access services.
The Aquatic Center at CP: Individual and group aquatic exercise, swim instruction and personal training. Two warm water swimming pools which average 90-92 degrees and a whirlpool which averages 102 degrees. Pools are open to the public, no membership required."