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It is our mission to create an easy-to-use, informative website that provides solutions for families. It is our hope that Cerebral Palsy Guide can help parents of children with cerebral palsy find peace, healing and happiness.
Jenna Campagna is a Registered Nurse with over 8 years of experience working with the special needs population. She was a School Nurse for 4 years in New Jersey before relocating to Orlando, FL. Jenna has a simple goal: to advocate and provide support resources for those with cerebral palsy and their families.
Stephanie Williamson has been a nurse for 11 years. She has worked in several areas of the medical field including primary care and reproductive endocrinology. Stephanie’s knowledge and experience will help provide you with the necessary resources for you and your family. Her main focus is to help you navigate through the medical system to ease the stress of an already overwhelming situation.
Helping Families Affected by CP
Everyone needs a little help from time to time and this is especially true for parents of children with a disability. We hope to help families that come to Cerebral Palsy Guide by offering information about this condition, the various treatment methods available and ways to find doctors or legal help.
We are equipped to help families get in contact with local organizations that can provide emotional support, as well as a community of others who understand what they are going through. Aside from the information we provide about cerebral palsy and treatment, we also offer assistance in finding financial help to cover the extra costs that come with raising a child with CP. Our support team can help you find doctors and therapists in your area that are ready to help your child live a life full of happiness.
Simple, Straightforward Information
Cerebral Palsy Guide was written with parents and caregivers in mind. We hope to answer any of the questions parents might have about their child’s condition in a way that is easy to comprehend. After learning your child has a cerebral palsy diagnosis, parents can become overwhelmed with the information out there about this disorder. We aim to make this journey a little easier on everyone by creating a one-stop shop for information pertaining to CP, treatment and support options available to families.
The information you find on our website has been thoroughly researched through literature, medical journals and peer-reviewed articles by our content development team. We hope that by reading through our website, parents and caregivers can better understand what cerebral palsy is and what factors to consider when raising a child with CP.
Through our various social media outlets, we aim to create a community where parents, caregivers and family members can come together and support one another. Sometimes, a webpage may not be able to offer the most valuable insight that can occur through talking to others who have experienced how the treatments, therapies and day-to-day life with CP has affected them.
Sharing times of celebration and frustration brings our online community closer and creates a space where parents don’t have to be afraid to be open about their experiences.
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