Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy:

Signs are clinically identifiable effects of brain injury or malformation that cause cerebral palsy:

  • Impairment of muscle tone.
  • Gross and fine motor functions.
  • Balance, control, reflexes and posture.
  • Oral motor dysfunction, such as swallowing and feeding difficulties.
  • Speech impairment, and poor muscle tone in the face.

Physical impairments or disabilities

Physical disability includes people who have lost limbs, have injury to the spinal cord, suffering from polio (an acquired disease) or cerebral palsy (damage to brain tissue during fetal stages) and some genetic conditions can also result in loss of mobility, who, because of the shape of their body, require slight adaptations to be made to enable them to participate fully in society.

Impairments like visual impairments caused by a multitude of factors, including disease, accidents, and congenital illnesses. There is a difference between the needs of visually impaired individuals and blind people.

Hearing impairments like deafness and hearing loss that can be caused by a wide range of factors, including physical damage, disease during pregnancy, or exposure to very loud noises. There is a distinction between people who are deaf and those who have a hearing impairment. Those hearing up to three years of age (when language begins to develop) often have comparatively good speech and lip-reading ability.


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