Cerebral Palsy is a physically disabling disorder caused by a non-progressive lesion on the brain before, during, or soon after birth. However, Cerebral Palsy itself can come in many different forms. It can be described by the way it affects a person’s movement, the part of body that is affected and how severe those affects may be.
Dyskentic Cerebral Palsy will be this case study’s topic. In it, we will learn about this specific disorder, what it means, how it differentiates from the other types of Cerebral Palsy, what causes it, sensory tricks as a physician that aid in helping your client with functioning with the disorder and even more.