Cerebral Palsy and the Workplace

Because day-to-day activities such as talking or walking can become more challenging as adults with CP age, there may be difficulties in the workplace.  Workplace performance can be impacted by these difficulties. Individuals with mental or physical impairment(s) are entitled to equal opportunities and independence. …

Cerebral Palsy and Post-Impairment Syndrome

This is a fairly common condition among adults with Cerebral Palsy.  It is difficult to identify as many of the symptoms mimic Cerebral Palsy and other related conditions. Symptoms of Post-Impairment Syndrome are: Weakness due to muscle abnormalities, bone deformities, overuse syndromes and arthritis Increased…

Walking and Swallowing Difficulties in Adults with CP

Aging tends to compound the way Cerebral Palsy impacts one’s movement and flexibility. 25% of people with CP who were able to walk as children will lose this ability as they age. Musculoskeletal abnormalities that were not present during childhood or adolescence can onset in…