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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…

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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…

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7 Natural Remedies for Reducing Pain Caused by Cerebral Palsy

7 Natural Remedies for Reducing Pain Caused by Cerebral Palsy

Living with cerebral palsy can be tough, and this condition doesn’t mean only dealing with certain physical limitations. Many people with cerebral palsy also have to contend with a great deal of pain that can seriously affect their quality of life. On top of that, people with cerebral palsy are also forced to accept that…

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Scientists Use Nintendo Wii Games to Treat Cerebral Palsy Patients

Mom and dad always warned us that video games would turn our brains into mush, but for children suffering from cerebral palsy, hope may actually come in the form of a Nintendo product. Researchers from Baskent University in Turkey have shown that the Nintendo Wii gaming system can be used to help improve hand function…

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Erb’s Palsy Turns Out to Be No Match for Pro Boxer Joe Hughes

There’s no question about it: Disabilities don’t necessarily have to limit a person’s ability in sports. In fact, there’s an array of adaptive sports opportunities available to men, women, and children with intellectual or physical disabilities. But boxing isn’t usually one of them. Particularly when a serious physical condition limits the use of an entire…

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