MyChild™’s comprehensive database of resources is designed to disseminate information in a one-stop, one-source manner that eliminates the need to spend hours searching for resources. As a parent with obligations to a child with special needs, a family and to work – you have many other more desirable ways to spend your time then searching endlessly for answers. Likewise, for adults with cerebral palsy, MyChild™’s informative articles, resourceful kits, and available call center are prepared to help you find the answers you are searching for.
It is our belief that knowledge is power. The easier it is to ascertain how cerebral palsy will affect a loved one, what can be done to ease discomfort, and how to help build a quality life with joy and confidence, the easier the journey becomes. Following is a list of topics accessible at our website. If, however, you do not see an item on the list, or you require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our call center at . We are open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., EST, Monday through Friday.
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