This site explains in more depth about Cerebral Palsy. There are different levels of this disorder and it is different for everyone.
Also called Autism Spectrum Disorder. This site explains in more detail on what to expect and the condition itself.
This site explains the full outlook of Down Syndrome as well as more information than just a text book definition of the disorder.
This Cerebral Palsy Guide has compiled the most in-depth resources nationwide to help guide and serve all families with disabilities caused by physical birth injuries.
Click the button and it will take you to a page filled with other sites and resources all throughout California, and it contains a National section as well.
A great place for information, especially for the newly diagnosed. It provides support and resources.
Considered by some doctors as a mild form of Autism, it wasn't diagnosed as a separate disorder until 1994. Since 2013 it has been blanketed as Autism Spectrum Disorder by some doctors. Visit the link for more information.
Muscular dystrophy is a group of genetic diseases that cause progressive weakness of the body's muscles. Some types of muscular dystrophy will present symptoms in early childhood, while other types will appear in adulthood. Different muscle groups also may be affected depending on the type of muscular dystrophy.
This link goes to the Spina Bifida Association and explains what the disorder is, how common it is, and what to expect. It's also a great resource of information and activities.
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