By the Family Support Institute of BC (FSI) and University of Calgary
In this module we talk about Cerebral palsy, a common neurological development disorder in childhood. The majority of cases occur because of brain damage that has happened before or during birth. Cerebral palsy can also be caused by damage to the brain as a result of trauma at a young age. It is a permanent physical condition that impacts a child's ability to control their muscles.

NDD Navigator – 5 Cerebral Palsy Basics