Mild Cerebral Palsy – Usually not apparent to the eye. Symptoms are subtle and usually become more apparent later in life. Child may appear clumsy, uncoordinated, walk on toes, difficulty with fine motor skills, etc. Because of the lack of a diagnosis, many children receive therapy later in life, if at all.
Moderate Cerebral Palsy – Symptoms will be more apparent. A child may walk with a limp, need leg braces, crutches, or a wheelchair. May display difficulty with fine motor skills such as dressing, writing, puzzles, etc.Severe Cerebral Palsy – May be unable to speak, eat, communicate, breath, walk, or hold their head up.
Severe Cerebral Palsy – May be unable to speak, eat, communicate, breath, walk, or hold their head up.