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Two Asian women sit outside, the younger woman helps the elder woman read
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Dementia costs a lot, both financially and emotionally. Discover the cost of dementia care, the financial assistance available, and where to find support groups.
Young Asian boy in a wheelchair and arm braces sits at a table playing a game
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Cerebral Palsy (CP) can mimic other conditions. Ability Central identifies potential causes, symptoms, and what to expect from the CP diagnostic process.
Three adolescents with Cerebral Palsy participate in classroom activities
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Cerebral Palsy (CP) requires a lifelong plan. Learn about the resources available, what to expect at each stage, and how to find support.

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a permanent condition, which means the diagnosis requires a long-term plan. In this article, Ability Central will address these concerns, including:

White woman with dyed blue hair sits in a wheelchair and smiles as she pets a small rabbit in her lap.
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Cerebral Palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability in children. Quick Facts shares what CP is, what causes it, and how each type differs.

A young white man with cerebral palsy uses his smartphone as he sits in his wheelchair.
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Ability Central outlines Cerebral Palsy (CP) treatment options, how CP affects adults, and where to find reliable information online.

Cerebral Palsy (CP) has no cure, but there are many things a caregiver can do to assist their loved one. In this article, Ability Central will address the following: