Blóðforgiftning aftur 😞 upp og niðurtúrar á LS. Nøkur smíl koma frá honum, men hann útrykkir seg eisini fyri at vera ússaligur. Stakkalin 💛
Blóð er sent til dyrkan, so vit fáa nærri svar einaferð.
Tey misstonkja møguliga at hansara Shunt er skyldin til tað. Vit vóna tað ikki, men allíkavæl, onki virkar til at vera ein "góð og acceptabul" grund til tað. Vóru innløgd fyri tað sama í apríl 😫
#cpchild #cpawareness #cerebralpalsy #tetraplegic #bloodpoisoning #blind #hydrocephalus
Meet Jessica: she’s a very happy and independent 12 year old who likes to play on the iPad, ask everyone how they’re feeling, and turn the pages of books while reading. She enjoys cooking, walking, and eating chips- her favorite snack! We know we’re going to have a lot of fun with Jessica; we’re so glad she’s part of the iHOPE family! 🤩
Justice practicing sitting during physical therapy. I originally bought this harness before his Cerebral Palsy diagnosis. It always made me sad seeing it sit still new in its box. Today we found a great use for it. He may not walk now but I have faith in him and God that one day he will take steps. #cerebralpalsy #cpwarrior #toddler #physicaltherapy
I have a lot of messages in Direct about Cerebral palsy disorders and scoliosis.
Guys, I can not advise you which asanas to do because I don’t know your condition. You may harm yourself by doing something that is not good for you. Please, don’t get me wrong.
Teaching yoga to people with cerebral palsy and scoliosis requires knowledge, patience, supportive approach, and understanding.
Due to the many challenges posed by the disorder, people with cerebral palsy may struggle with expressing frustration or other difficult emotions, which can sometimes result in behavioral issues.
Usually breathing techniques and meditation release uncomfortable emotions. Yoga also helps to combat stress and anxiety.
My recommendation to start your breathing techniques and meditation with a free app called “OAK” or “Calm” ( it is payed though) or google “Honest guys “ in YouTube.
When you have scoliosis you have to be very careful with asanas that give you the tension on your spine. No to HEADSTANDS AND HANDSTANDS Till you build up your core.
I recommend stretching at the beginning.
Please, understand me right, I am not a doctor and can’t advise you anything unless I see you, talk to you and practice with you.
#allasana_yoga #scoliosis #cerebralpalsy #fijiwater
In honor of France 🇫🇷 winning the World Cup ⚽, the kids create an Eiffel Tower🗼 for our 11th episode of BizyBeez MagStix Make It Monday. They use two sets to build it to celebrate our Prime Day special of buy one, get one 50% off!!! 😍 Hurry and grab the code on our website! 👉 www.bizybeez.com 🎉For the full episode check out our Facebook or YouTube page. 🌟🌟🌟
🌴Друзья, мы вернулись с небольших летних каникул!🍹 Какой должна быть реабилитация ребенка с ДЦП?
Нам кажется, что среди ответов на этот далеко не простой вопрос непременно должны встречаться два: "регулярной" и "комплексной". Систематичность занятий, корректный подбор процедур и нагрузок, персональные особенности ребенка — факторов, которые нужно учитывать, немало.
Мы разработали программу комплексной реабилитации под названием "Максимальная"! 🔥10 дней реабилитации по расписанию, которое составляется индивидуально 🔥интенсивные стимулирующие занятия, проводимые с учетом возраста ребенка и степени его функциональных нарушений 🔥 более 10 различных комплексов (ЛФК в костюме "Адели", в кабинете UGUL и UBSB; занятия с логопедом и дефектологом; кинезиологическое тейпирование, арт-терапия и пр.) 🔥оригинальные методики (билотерапия, биокапсула) ☀ Осталось всего три летних курса, успейте записаться!
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Having a bad day today and filled with guilt. I feel guilty that we took some time off on focusing on constraint. Willa was doing so well while we did our daily intensity filled sessions and now I feel like we took a big step back. I wanted to find some balance and take some time off of daily therapy so she could be a normal kid enjoying the summer. She has an OT appointment tomorrow so I tried to get back on track today after a weekend away and she was not having it. Her hand is so tight and she’s struggling to open it. Nothing kept her interest and she was instantly frustrated and mad. I feel guilty that she will walk into her appointment tomorrow unprepared. She also started private speech last week and we were sent home with homework. It’s like my brain can’t handle focusing on one form of home therapy a time. With a possible apraxia diagnoses in our future my focus is starting to shift on getting some words out. I need my brain to be able to handle more then one task at a time. I need my brain to work better! I feel so guilty that I’m not doing enough for her. I feel so guilty that my oldest doesn’t get close to enough of my attention. Special needs parents, how the heck do you do it? I’m new to this and feel like I’m failing miserably. I need some new organizational skills to fit this all in. Tell me what works for you! #cerebralpalsy #hemiplegia #occupationaltherapy #speechpathology #specialneedsmom
My new article - The Magic Socks is live on Medium.
In it I share how a pair of socks has made my morning easier.
If you would like to give it a read just search for Melissa Weygold or The Magic Socks.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#Cerebralpalsy #Parenting #legbrace #Iamwriting #published
six months ago today i completed my second and hopefully last round of surgery on my legs🎉💘
I can sing, act, perform, do makeup.. you name it! I love performing and art. Most of the time, though, this is what you get. I’m actually kind of a weirdo 🙃
And pizza making with my girl. Proper dough and everything. We’re basically Italian chefs 👩🏼🍳 🍕
Even though she's having a moan this is something she had never been able to do! I have tied her left leg onto the frame with elastic to stop then crossing over and it works :) maybe it's a start to her walking with a frame? <3
#cerebralpalsy #fighter #strong #frame #love #Daughter
Hey everybody! Meet Jordan! He started his career with AbilityFirst at Camp Paivika, 15 years ago! From there, he went to the Long Beach Center as an Activity Leader where he was able to pick up extra hours while he studied at Cal State Long Beach. Since then, he has been a Coordinator and today, he is the Program Supervisor for Long Beach, helping to lead and build programs at the center for children and adults with disabilities. He’s also the Volunteer Coordinator for our Long Beach location and supports all the volunteer groups that come in on a monthly basis! When we asked Jordan what he loved most about his job, he said (of course…) the participants! The individuals in our programs help keep him going and give him inspiration and motivation. When asked what kind of advice he’d share with new employees at AbilityFirst, he shared, “come with an open mind….and an open heart.” Want to find out what job openings are currently available? Visit abilityfirst.org/careers
P.S. Here’s Jordan photographed with AbilityFirst participant Rocio
If your child always tiptoes, it's possible that she has a physical problem, such as a short Achilles tendon, that prevents her from standing flat-footed and limits the range of motion in her ankle. But if your child consistently walks on her toes and is unable to walk with her foot flat on the ground, it could be a sign of a motor disorder such as cerebral palsy.
There are several types of cerebral palsy. The most common form is "spastic," which means the affected muscles are stiff. (Children born prematurely have a higher risk of developing cerebral palsy.) So if your child walks on her toes, she might have a form of cerebral palsy that causes her Achilles tendons to be so tight that her heel is pulled up and her toes point down.
Toe walking is also associated with language delays and autism spectrum disorder, so it's important to check whether your child is having other problems with communication or socialization skills. You may want to schedule a development assessment to make sure.
-CareHelpMate #SpecialNeeds #RicareTherapy #SpecialEducator #Learningdisabilities #Autism #DownSyndrome #Asperger #Cerebralpalsy #TeachingAid #Moms #Parents
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