Question: Can people with cerebral palsy drive?

You bet they can! Just because someone has cerebral palsy doesnt mean they wont be able to drive. Cerebral palsy is a motor disability that affects movement. However, thanks to car adaptations, many people with cerebral palsy can safely drive.

Can someone with cerebral palsy have a baby?

Currently, no scientific evidence suggests that people with cerebral palsy cant have children of their own. In fact, numerous people all over the world with cerebral palsy have successfully given birth to healthy children.

What cant people with cerebral palsy do?

People with severe cerebral palsy may also have difficulties with swallowing, breathing, head and neck control, bladder and bowel control, eating and have dental and digestive problems.

Can you live a long life with cerebral palsy?

Generally, children born with cerebral palsy can expect to live between 30 and 70 years on average. Those with the longest life expectancies usually have more mobility, better medical care and adaptive equipment and greater autonomy and independence. There is no cure for cerebral palsy and the condition lasts for life.

Is cerebral palsy a disability?

Cerebral palsy (CP) is the most common motor disability in childhood, and children with CP and their families need support. Learn more about CP and what signs to look for in young children. Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of disorders that affect a persons ability to move and maintain balance and posture.

Does cerebral palsy get worse with age?

Cerebral Palsy and Adulthood Explained Cerebral palsy is a “non-progressive” disorder. This means that as children get older, their CP will not worsen. While an individuals cerebral palsy will not decline as they get older, there are a few things that can impact their overall health and wellness.

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