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Need help about understanding my son's CP

diamondheart
diamondheart Community member Posts: 1 Listener
Hello, all members
       
      I am new to this forum, I need some information to understand my son condition. My son is 5 years old now and still going around crawling. He can walk holding on to still objects. He cannot stand on his own, cannot balance his body. However he can stand on his knee and can balance. He can not stand on his own also wearing ankle brace. What is needed for him to stand on his own, please guide me any method exercise or surgery for him.

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  • Albus_Scope
    Albus_Scope Posts: 2,883 Scope online community team
    Hi there @diamondheart and welcome to the community. 

    I can't answer your question, but we do have a wonderful community here and the excellent @Richard_Scope who should be able to help you. I just wanted to pop in and say hello. :)
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  • Richard_Scope
    Richard_Scope Posts: 3,614 Scope online community team
    Hi @diamondheart

    Cerebral palsy is a disorder of posture and/or movement that results from the immature brain either being damaged or failing to form correctly. It is a diverse condition that affects each individual in a way that is specific to them.
    Your son should be under the care of a paediatrician and should be given access to regular physiotherapy this will help with his mobility and coordination and help you access mobility equipment. We have lots of information about Cerebral Palsy
    Scope
    Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead

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