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Living With Cerebal Palsy

Welcome to our site, the reason behind this site is I have Cerebral Palsy and Neuromuscular Scoliosis. Over the last couple of years, I have been researching Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis, and I struggled to find a lot of information about the links between Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis. As a result, I have decided to create my own website so that I can share my own experiences of Living with Cerebral Palsy and Scoliosis.


MedicAlert® is the only non-profit making, registered charity providing a life-saving identification system for individuals with hidden medical conditions and allergies. This takes the form of body-worn bracelets or necklets (known as MedicAlert® Emblems) bearing the MedicAlert® symbol on the disc and supported by a 24 hour emergency telephone service. Each member receives an Emblem that is engraved with the wearer’s main medical condition(s) or vital details, a personal ID number and a 24 hour emergency telephone number that can access their details from anywhere in the world in over 100 languages.

Bobath Centre

The Bobath Centre is a non-profit making organisation that specialises in the treatment of cerebral palsy and acquired neurological conditions in children & adults, the training of postgraduate therapists and doctors in the Bobath approach, and carries out research into these conditions and the ways of mitigating their effects.

Cerebral Palsy Care - Kent

Helens Home Pages

Excellent & Informative Website

Mikey's Page

Hiya, My name is Lorena Shimmin. I am married to Andrew Shimmin and our son, Michael Shimmin has severe Cerebral palsy. We created this page as we wanted to share our experiences of what this means and how it has affected our lifes. The other reason for this website creation is to promote our fundraising efforts in aid of scope, the next prominent one being our participation in the London Marathon 2003. SO if you would like to sponsor us please contact me for details...all help and sponsors are desperately needed and greatly appreciated!

Robert Softley Pages

I've been 'on the web' for over six years now and have been using my design and programming skills in my work for various companies and voluntary organisations. I thought that my skill's must've improved since I created my first personal site, The Ramp Ahead, so after I got the chance to use www.softley.co.uk, I pulled out all the stops and starting putting together the site you now see before your eyes. My plan is to keep the site as flexible as possible so that while the subjects I cover are deep and interesting enough to keep you coming back, I can still add sections as I go and vary what I rant on about.


Welcome to Scope, the national disability organisation whose focus is people with cerebral palsy. Our aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are as valued and have the same human and civil rights as everyone else.

Scotland - Bobath Scotland

Bobath Scotland is the national centre for the treatment of children with cerebral palsy using Bobath therapy. It is located in Glasgow and was founded by a group of Scottish parents whose children had previously attended the Bobath Centre in London. It opened in December 1995 and employs seven senior therapists who are all specialists in the treatment of cerebral palsy. Over 400 Children from every area of Scotland have been referred to the Centre so far.

Susie's Cerebal Palsy Site

I was born with Cerebral Palsy and I walk around using walking sticks and use a wheelchair for long distances.
I would be very happy to chat to any young people who have the same condition and would like to talk to me, as I would like to share my own experiences and maybe inspire people to do some of the things that I have done
People might think that having a disability is the end of the world for them but I see it as the beginning because I believe that I have the ability the same has everyone else and not the disability that everyone can see on the outside.

The Alexander Trust

The trust encourages and promotes the freedom of information between families who wish to learn more about their own special needs children. After the birth of Alexander, who was born with cerebral palsy, his father - Richard Conibear, went on a tireless campaign to raise funds to pay for specialised treatment. Together with his wife - Linda, they gained so much information and experience and fund-raising developed so well, they decided to set up The Alexander Trust, to help other special needs families. It is the aim of the Trust to:

The Conductive Education Website

Conductive Education is a form of special education and rehabilitation for children and adults with motor disorders. It is appropriate for conditions where disease or damage to the central nervous system affects a person's ability to control movement. In childhood these conditions include cerebral palsy and dyspraxia, and in adulthood, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and those who have had a stroke or head injury.

The Hornsey Trust

The Hornsey Trust, a registered charity, supports children with cerebral palsy, their families and professionals working with them. It has been providing educational services for children since its inauguration in 1963.

The Institute for Advanced Neuromotor Rehabilation

ANR is an outstanding scientific breakthrough which predictably reverses all cerebral palsy type muscular skeletal abnormalities including scoliosis.

Thurrock & District Cerebal Palasy Society

We exist to help people with cerebral palsy,and their carers in Thurrock and SW Essex.
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