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Cerebral Palsy and Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Cerebral Palsy affects every individual differently that is why it is difficult to create a one size fits all guidance about the impairment and coronavirus. If you have respiratory issues, like ...

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Information and support during coronavirus (COVID-19)

We understand that this is a worrying time for everyone, but we've made a list of the advice and support you might find useful. Read our website's new coronavirus section, with information on a ...

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Cerebral Palsy during coronavirus

You can find this page (Cerebral Palsy and coronavirus) and other vital information related to coronavirus on the advice and support pages of our website. The Government has said that people with ...

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Coping with stress, low mood and isolation – a support thread

What is this thread about? We realise these are particularly difficult times for all who visit Scope’s online community. The impact of covid-19 has been far reaching, not least emotionally, as we ...

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Cerebral Palsy & Movie Theaters

Hello, I’m 25 and I have mild cerebral palsy.I am a wheelchair user. I’ve been knowing this guy for almost 2 years . We recently started back talking to each other. I really like him. He seems to ...

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Cerebral Palsy Football

Cerebral Palsy Football (CP Football) is for people with cerebral palsy or an acquired brain injury. It is a team sport which can be played as a recreational activity, competitively at a club or at a ...

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Cerebral Palsy and Sleep

Cerebral Palsy and Sleeping Problems Sleep problems in cerebral palsy are very common. In fact, children with cerebral palsy are five times more likely than children without cerebral palsy to have ...

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New APPG on cerebral palsy - Transition to Adulthood

The APPG on Cerebral Palsy is launching a call for evidence for its next two sessions: 1. The transition to adulthood in health and education focussing on the lived experience of young people with ...

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Hi, my name is The_BatDad! I was born with cerebral palsy

Hi, just joined. Been going through my "own personal hell" for quite a few years. Wish to speak to people that have been on a similar "road". I was born with cerebral palsy, right side hemiplegia, ...

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Pains, Trains and Cerebral Palsy

As part of Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, our guest this week is Cerebal Palsy Campaigner, Richard Luke, who shares yet more public transport horror stories, employment, disabled sex and ...

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