Blog

6 Activities for High School Kids with Cerebral Palsy, Encouraging Participation and Motor Skill Development

6 Activities for High School Kids with Cerebral Palsy, Encouraging Participation and Motor Skill Development

With even warmer weather just around the corner, children are getting ready for a summer filled with adventure. This brings parents of children with disabilities to question: Is there fun to be had for my child, too? Can extracurricular activities be life-enhancing even for children with severe birth injuries, such as cerebral palsy? Cerebral palsy…

Read More

Google Chrome Helps People with Motor Disabilities with These 5 New Navigation Tools

Google Chrome Helps People with Motor Disabilities with These 4 New Navigation Tools

Motor disabilities – ones like Parkinson’s disease, arthritis, and cerebral palsy – can no doubt make day-to-day activities challenging. Unfortunately, mobility impairment means that many people with these types of disabilities have limited access to technology. Some have more control over their movement, while others may require assistive technology to use a computer. In our…

Read More

Kinesio Taping: A Breakthrough Treatment for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Kinesio Taping: A Breakthrough Treatment for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Postural control is an essential part of development for children with cerebral palsy. Maintaining equilibrium not only improves orientation and balance when sitting or standing – equilibrium is, in fact, a huge factor in motor function. Yet postural performance is very complex, and the required therapy or control might take several different forms. In the…

Read More