Cerebral Palsy Scotland has produced a short video with therapy tips for handling new babies with cerebral palsy.
Are you at home with a new baby? You might not have a formal diagnosis of cerebral palsy. You might be worried about their motor development. If so, our Senior Bobath Physiotherapist Philip Vervaeke has put together a video from his home demonstrating ways to handle your baby, tips on how to involve new positions and passing to other people and how to use household props to keep you and your baby comfortable.
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Please remember you can get in touch to arrange a virtual appointment with a Bobath therapist. We are currently able to offer adults or children a limited number of “lockdown virtual sessions” at no cost. If you have access to the internet and a smartphone, you should be able to take part. Contact us for more information and to make your appointment.
For advice or support on any aspect of your or your child’s cerebral palsy (CP), just contact us by phone or email. We’re happy to help with advice about managing your condition, keeping moving, the support you receive or navigating all the recent guidelines.