Treatment of Disabilities Resulting from Infant or Childhood Stroke

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Pediatric stroke survivors have a wide range of abilities and disabilities.  Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy are often utilized to help increase range of motion and use of muscles that may be spastic or tight.  Children may need to find adaptive ways to deal with the skills of daily living.  Classrooms and school curriculum may need adaptations as well.  

These issues and more are explored in detail at the Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association website.

  • Therapists and Doctors, Types of Therapy
  • Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy
  • Daily Living Skills - typing shoes, adapting clothing, kitchen skills, driving adaptations
  • Special Education, IEPs, 504s
  • Recreation - Sports Programs

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The information contained in this web site and on the Hemi-Kids listserv are not a substitute for medical advice or treatment, and the site owners recommend consultation with your doctor or health care professional.