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Signs to look for that could mean cerebral palsy in children birth to 12 months old


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Early childhood diseases are a heartbreak to families, and can turn any normal family into a soap opera.  Early detection and diagnosis is key in helping children successfully overcoming the challenges of these roadblocks to health.  

Illnesses such as cerebral palsy can be detected as early as two months if you know what to look for.  

Below is an infographic that can help parents recognize behavior that could mean the condition is present, enabling them to take the necessary steps to initiate treatment.   Click the print icon above and print it out for your reference.


Via: Cerebral Palsy Family Network

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