0-2 years 

Getting the right diagnosis early means starting the right support early
For parents, hearing the words cerebral palsy for the first time can trigger a range of emotions. A diagnosis of cerebral palsy can now be made for children under 6 months of age. Babies’ brains develop more rapidly in the first 1000 days of their life than at any other time. Getting the right diagnosis early means your child can start with appropriate interventions and supports to reach their best potential.

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Cerebral Palsy Treatment Guides

An overview of each life stage and best practice approaches and interventions.
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