Cerebral Palsy is the most common condition of physical disability in childhood; it is not a disease! Cerebral Palsy does not interfere with friendship, fun and learning.
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Cerebral palsy; it is defined as loss of movement, permanent loss of motor function, posture and movement disorder, which occurs as a result of brain damage, which is not progressive but can change with age, prenatal, during childbirth and early postpartum period.
Within the scope of the European Union Think Civil Program, our Public Spotlight, which we prepared with the support of the European Union, is online!We know the importance of children with cerebral palsy to join society and have equal conditions with all children, and with your support, we say 'Notice and See Me' in a stronger voice.The responsibility for the content lies entirely with the Association of Children with Cerebral Palsy and does not reflect the views of the EU.
Reaching Cerebral Palsy