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Cerebral Palsy

"New parents who find themselves caring for children with special needs, from developmental delays to significant disabilities, often need support and services to help their children develop to their fullest potential. Children and their families need support so that they can grow, develop, learn and be as ready as possible for success with friends, in school, and in life. " Issues for Michigan's Children, March 2015

Early intervention matters. Find out how Early On can help.

MyChild at Cerebral Palsy
MyChild™ at CerebralPalsy.org provides parents of children with cerebral palsy the help and support they need, and the benefits their child deserves. MyChild™ strives, every day, to be the ultimate resource for everything cerebral palsy.
Website: http://cerebralpalsy.org/
Phone: (800) 692-4453
Address: 41850 W Mile Rd.
  Novi, MI 48375
United Cerebral Palsy of Metro Detroit
UCP of Metropolitan Detroit provides an array of services for people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, including advocacy, employment services, assistive technology, community outreach, person centered advocacy, ramp assistance and much, much more.
Website: http://www.ucpdetroit.org
United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan
United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan (UCP Michigan) is a non-profit advocacy organization that works for life without limits for people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities.
Website: http://www.ucpmichigan.org/
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