Cerebral Palsy

Staying well as you get older

adults_1

Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive condition, but that doesn’t mean a person’s health or mobility needs don’t change as they get older. Years of altered postures, altered movement patterns, seizures, medication and constant use of equipment all take their toll on the body.

Just as it’s important to teach children with cerebral palsy how to make the best of their bodies, into adulthood, you can do everything possible to stay active, maintain mobility, and reduce any pain.

Growing older with cerebral palsy

Everyone’s body deteriorates with age. Yet not everyone is aware that growing up and growing older with cerebral palsy can bring about additional health issues. Learn more about the effects of secondary ageing.

Monitor your condition with an Annual Self Check

When was the last time you stopped to think about how you’re doing? Discover the importance of doing an Annual Self Check.
Tools like the Annual Self Check can identify areas where there are changes. Find out where to go for specialist help and advice if and when your needs change.

What's in your area?

Annual Self Check

“Download the Annual Self Check into your Downloads Folder .”

Download Now