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Cerebral palsy

more about the disease, treatment and real stories

Welcome to our website dedicated to raising awareness of cerebral palsy in children. We invite you to join us on a journey that shines a light on the challenges faced by children affected by the condition and their dedicated parents. With our collective knowledge and empathy, we can make a difference in their lives.

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Understanding cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a challenging condition that affects many children around the world. Although its causes can vary, it most often results from brain damage during the prenatal, perinatal or early childhood period. This damage affects a child's motor development and cognitive function, creating challenges that last a lifetime.

Statistics show that cerebral palsy is one of the most common causes of disability in children. It affects the ability to walk, speak, eat and perform everyday activities. Each child with cerebral palsy may have individual needs and severity of symptoms.


It is important to understand that every child with cerebral palsy is unique and has unlimited abilities. By raising awareness of the condition, we can support these children and their families by providing access to appropriate medical care, rehabilitation therapy and community support.

By breaking down stereotypes and increasing understanding, we create an environment of empathy and support for children with cerebral palsy.


- According to global statistics, there are around 17 million children diagnosed with cerebral palsy worldwide. That is one in every five hundred children.

 - In 75% of cases, cerebral palsy is caused by problems during birth or in the first 28 days of an infant's life. This creates a sense of bitter injustice.

 - 40% of children with cerebral palsy cannot walk independently. For many of them, every day becomes a challenge.

 - More than 50% of children diagnosed with cerebral palsy suffer from epilepsy, which further complicates their condition.

 - According to statistics, in 25% of cases, children with cerebral palsy experience cognitive impairment, including learning and communication problems.

Everyday difficulties - our children

Fostering change

Making an impact on the lives of children with cerebral palsy can be done by anyone. You can get involved by volunteering, organising charity events and sharing information on social media. Your actions have the potential to change their lives by providing medical support, rehabilitation therapy and building community awareness.

Thank you for your interest and support. Your involvement makes a huge difference to children with cerebral palsy. We encourage you to share this page with others so that together we can create a better future for these remarkable children. Together we can bring them more hope, support and the opportunity to reach their full potential.

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