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Creating balance in your life when you have a child with cerebral palsy or any other chronic health condition can be difficult. Ever since my daughter’s diagnosis of CP eight years ago, I have stru…

Trunk or core strengthening is a need for children of various diagnoses, including coordination disorders, low tone, cerebral palsy and Down syndrome. In fact most child with developmental differences regardless of diagnosis will benefit from strengthening to the trunk muscles. Below are some ideas to get started. I have also


To help people understand Cerebral Palsy, which is a catch-all diagnosis. My son, Timmy, has Hypotonic Quadriplegia. Hypotonic means low (hypo) muscle tone. (If Tim had high muscle tone he would be described as having Spastic Quadriplegia.)