Reasons to consider live-in cerebral palsy care
Given that cerebral palsy is a lifelong condition often diagnosed at a young age, it is important for those most closely involved in the person’s care to have time to look after themselves, or they risk becoming burnt out. Reasons to consider live-in cerebral palsy care include
live-in care service, or may prefer to try our respite care service first.The person and/or their family are struggling to cope without professional support. The person and/or their family may want a long-term
The person wants to be less dependent upon their family as they become an adult.
The person no longer has relatives who are able to support them, but they want to continue living at home.
complex care support, for increased pain in their joints and/or shortening of muscles leading to their limbs becoming more rigid, for example.As the person ages, they are finding their symptoms are becoming more severe, potentially needing