The Middle Years

THE MIDDLE YEARS – 4-6 Years to the Preteen Years
By this age, parents have a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and the focus shifts to finding the right treatments for their child. Unfortunately, access to treatments is highly variable. This area will focus on raising awareness of what evidence-based and best practice interventions should be available and how to help improve service delivery issues in their local area.

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