Friday, 31 July 2015

Caring For A Child With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy is considered a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation that occurs while the child’s brain is under development. Cerebral palsy primarily affects body movement and muscle coordination. Though cerebral palsy can be defined, having Cp Child Wheelchair does not define the person that has the condition.Cerebral palsy is a condition that affects thousands of babies and children each year. It is not contagious, which means can't catch it from anyone who has it. The word cerebral means having to do with the brain. The word palsy means a weakness or problem in the way a person moves or positions his or her body. Cerebral palsy is a common complication of very premature birth. The condition is a type of brain injury that causes problems with motor function. It's been a baffling disorder for doctors because of confusion over what causes the brain injury.
CP Wheelchair
CP Wheelchair
Net Price:
Rs18130

CP Wheelchair:
  • Ultra lightweight aluminum alloy frame
  • Epoxy powder coated frame
  • Detachable arm rest provided
  • Height adjustable and detachable head rest
  • Hydraulic reclining high back for a comfortable posture
  • Detachable back and seat pad
  • Extra cushion upholstery provided to under arm, head. 
  • Hand brakes provided
  • Safety belt provided
  • Maintenance free rear solid wheels
  • Cloth look like waterproof upholstery
  • Seat Width  14"
  • Net Weight: 19.5 kgs


An individual with  cerebral palsy will likely show signs of physical impairment. However, the type of movement dysfunction, the location and number of limbs involved, as well as the extent of impairment, will vary from one individual to another. It can affect arms, legs, and even the face; it can affect one limb, several, or all. Cerebral palsy affects muscles and a person’s ability to control them. Muscles can contract too much, too little, or all at the same time. Limbs can be stiff and forced into painful, awkward positions. Fluctuating muscle contractions can make limbs tremble, shake, or writhe. Balance, posture, and coordination can also be affected by Chair For Cerebral Palsy Child. Tasks such as walking, sitting, or tying shoes may be difficult for some, while others might have difficulty grasping objects. Other complications, such as intellectual impairment, seizures, and vision or hearing impairment also commonly accompany cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair:
Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair Description:
Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair
Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair
Net Price:Rs18988



  • The model designed for cerebral palsy child only.
  • Ultra light weight aluminium alloy frame
  • Seat Width 38 cms (15")
  • Net Weight: 18.5 kgs
  • Epoxy powder coated frame
  • Detachable arm rest & foot rest provided
  • Elevated and swinging foot rest
  • Elevated foot rest provided to elevate leg angle
  • Height adjustable and detachable head rest
  • Hydraulic reclining high back for a comfortable posture
  • Hydraulic adjustable seat angle
  • Detachable back and seat pad
  • Extra cushion upholstery provided to under arm, head & calg
  • Foldable
  • Lever and paddle brakes provided
  • Safety belt provided
  • Maintenance free rear solid wheels
  • Cloth look like water proof upholstery
  • Anti wheels for better safety and stability
  • Extra cushion upholstery provided to under arm, head & leg 
  • Folding action 
  • Lever and paddle brakes provided 
  • Safety belt provided 
  • Maintenance free rear solid wheels

Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair Recline system:
Recline system provides kids with the most comfortable resting environment.
It also allows stretching abdominal muscle that reduces the stress and discomfort developed after long sitting on the wheelchair.

Some common physical problems that people with cerebral palsy experience as they get older include:
  • Increased pain
  • Difficulty walking
  • Falls
  • Dental health problems
  • Long-term effects from medications
  • Trouble eating and swallowing
  • Other health problems


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