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The following publications are available to download or order from the CPABC:
A Guide to Cerebral Palsy – Sunny Hill Health Centre Cerebral Palsy Early Diagnosis Clinic
An easy to understand guide created by BC Children’s Hospital. The guide helps families understand the diagnosis and what to expect as their child grows. The guide includes links to other avenues of supports as well as links to financial supports and services.
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A Guide to CP
An easy-to-read educational booklet offered free of charge. Once read an individual will have a good understanding of CP and some of the challenges it presents.
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Living with Cerebral Palsy
This manual contains A Guide to Cerebral Palsy as well as information on topics such as sexuality, advocacy, financial planning, and aging. An extensive resource guide, with contact information, is offered at the back of this publication. A $10 donation, plus shipping, is requested for this handbook. It is free to parents of children with CP and individuals living with CP, as well as members of our association.
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Putting the Puzzle Together-Understanding Needs and Making Inclusion Work
This manual is a must-have for teachers, parents, health care workers, and anyone interested in making their community more inclusive. It offers an overview of 33 different health conditions such as cerebral palsy and Tourette’s Syndrome, and offers insights on associated learning challenges. Information is provided on creating an Individual Education Plan, modifying course materials, and various communication, mobility and educational aids.
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The cost of this manual is $30 plus shipping and handling.
Legal Rights and Resources
This publication is designed to answer questions such as:
- What do you do if you feel you are being overlooked for employment because of your disability?
- How can your child continue to be supported as they transition into post-secondary education and adulthood?