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Inspirational Books

With an endless array of appointments and an infinite amount of time dedicated to caring for a family, it can be tough for a parent to find the time to sit down and read a book. On the printed page, however, are thoughts and ideas that can help change how we perceive cerebral palsy, as well as tips and reminders that can bring about improved circumstances for all. Be it a children’s book or a personal memoir, a book is a relaxing way to learn, or a way to temporarily take leave of the day, for some inspiring me – or family – time.

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Do you have questions about anything related to a child’s cerebral palsy? Our call center representatives have the answer. From simple questions about how to apply for government aid to finding ways to enhance a child’s quality of life or education, MyChild™’s team is available to provide much-needed information, and support.
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MyChild™ is proud to offer numerous methods by which to answer questions, provide insight and offer support to families. Our online form allows visitors to inquire about informational kits and ask questions or seek support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Use our online inquiry form to express your concerns or thoughts, any time.
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Resource Kits

Sometimes, it’s helpful to have guideposts to help us navigate situations that are new to us. When these occur, MyChild™ has developed a series of helpful, informative kits to shed light on a diverse variety of popular topics associated with cerebral palsy. The free kits are designed to help individuals manage their condition and maximize future potential.
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  • Cerebral Palsy Swagger

    Someone everyday can inspire us and give us hope. It can only take one moment or one event to change our mindsets. For those in the Cerebral Palsy community, it is inspiring to see others growing awareness of CP and breaking the stereotypes. In the case o...

  • Sensory Play for Children with Cerebral Palsy

    The weather in the summer affords a number of great opportunities to get out of the house and play outdoors. With a landscape to play with and much easier cleanup options available, summer is a great time to dive into sensory play! Sensory play inv...

  • Why Cerebral Palsy Awareness Matters

    Cerebral Palsy is a condition that can be devastating for some and a lifetime of daily challenges for others. Sadly, there is very little public awareness regarding CP, including how it’s caused, what its symptoms may appear to be in children, or even w...

  • Grandparents and Cerebral Palsy: Tips and Celebration

    We often herald the amazing things that parents of children with Cerebral Palsy do every day for their child. These stories, often posted on our Facebook Page or highlighted on our website, focus on great family qualities and strength when it’s needed t...

  • Tackling Stress as a Special Needs Parent

    There’s no silver bullet to remove stress from your life as a special needs parent, but that does not mean you can’t try different techniques to limit it, right? Guess what: suggesting you just buy a candle or take up a hobby isn’t going to cut it ...