Cerebral palsy (CP) is an umbrella-like term used to describe a group of chronic disorders that impair control of movement. Cerebral palsy appears during the first few years of life; symptoms and severity vary widely. For more information, check these sites.
The home page of this multidisciplinary scientific society features reading lists for parents and professionals and lots of links, as well as information of interest to its members. Note: the updated version of this site requires recent browsers.
Designed by an occupational therapist and speech-language pathologist, this nicely crafted site includes basic information and links relating to definitions, adaptive equipment and positioning, sensory experiences, augmentative communication, feeding issues, and adaptive computers.
In addition to information about UCPA and its diverse projects, this site is packed with useful information. Check the “resource center” for informational materials. There are also forums for professionals, adults, parents and kids.