This is the third of a three part series of cerebral palsy. The first post, available here, describes cerebral palsy. The second post discusses how music therapy can be used to treat cerebral palsy. This post, intended towards individuals who have cerebral palsy and their families, lists some online and local resources.
I realize that March (and thus Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month) is actually over-- unfortunately we've been having some technical difficulties. Also, this post ended up being a bit of a monster. But we are finally live!
Anyway, the following are some resources I've found for individuals who have cerebral palsy and their families. None of these companies or organizations is currently tied to or sponsoring Aim High Music Therapy. Also, if you know of or represent a resource that isn't listed here, please feel free to add it in the comments!