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Cerebral Palsy support and care

We have expertise in providing support and care to people with cerebral palsy. We understand that as they get older many people with cerebral palsy wish to have independence from family members who often act as carers in their childhood.

We create bespoke cerebral palsy care plans unique to each individual to ensure a truly personal type of care and our teams of care workers are highly trained to provide care to people of all ages and with a range of dependencies so we can find the perfect match for you.

Types of cerebral palsy

Different types of cerebral palsy affect the brain in different ways leading to a variety of moving disorders.

Spastic cerebral palsy

Spastic cerebral palsy is the most common form of cerebral palsy. Symptoms include stiff or weak muscles and exaggerated reflexes. This often leads to difficulties with walking.

Hypotonic cerebral palsy

Hypotonic cerebral palsy causes weak, overly relaxed muscles. This makes the body floppy, and may result in people struggling to sit up straight or walk. They will also often have difficulty in speaking.

Dyskinetic cerebral palsy

Dyskinetic cerebral palsy causes involuntary movements in hands, arms, legs and sometimes the face. This often makes it difficult to walk, stand still, sit or talk.

Mixed cerebral palsy

Some people have a mixture of the symptoms above and this is known as mixed cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy CP Live-in care

Our top quality cerebral palsy support and care is not limited to inside the four walls of your house, we can provide care:

  • At home - in your local community with friends and family
  • At college or university - working with you and the local disability transition team to help you secure funding and adaptive solutions
  • At work - helping you to secure funding and adaptive solutions

Your care worker is there not only to provide medical help in day to day life but to also ensure a continuation of lifestyle inside and outside of the home. We want those in our care to live the best life possible; our care workers are there to aid in that.


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