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This first set of tips will go over some of
the basics of cerebral palsy.
1. Definition
Cerebral palsy is a chronic condition that affects body
movements and muscle coordination. It is caused by
damage to one or more specific areas of the brain, usually
occurring during fetal development, or during infancy.
2. History
Cerebral palsy was considered a distinct condition in 1861.
Dr. William John Little, published the first paper describing
the neurological problems of children with spastic diplegia
(also known as cerebral palsy). This is still sometimes
called Little’s Disease.
3. Statistics
Two children out of every thousand born in America have
cerebral palsy. At least 5000 infants and toddlers and about
1,400 preschoolers are diagnosed with cerebral palsy each
year.

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This first set of tips will go over some of
the basics of cerebral palsy.
1. Definition
Cerebral palsy is a chronic condition that affects body
movements and muscle coordination. It is caused by
damage to one or more specific areas of the brain, usually
occurring during fetal development, or during infancy.
2. History
Cerebral palsy was considered a distinct condition in 1861.
Dr. William John Little, published the first paper describing
the neurological problems of children with spastic diplegia
(also known as cerebral palsy). This is still sometimes
called Little’s Disease.
3. Statistics
Two children out of every thousand born in America have
cerebral palsy. At least 5000 infants and toddlers and about
1,400 preschoolers are diagnosed with cerebral palsy each
year.

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