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  • Visual problems
  • Intellectual impairments
  • Learning disabilities
  • Hearing problem
  • Problem in speech & communication
  • Oro-motor
  • Inability to chew food/gulp food
  • Teeth problem
  • Problem in breathing
  • Problem in control of stool
  • Emotional disturbances
  • Drooling
  • Problem in breathing
  • Seizures
  • For normal people slight loss of hearing or seeing ability does not matter much as they have normal brain to understand and to make up for these deficiencies but for a child with CP these difficulties with a brain injury make it difficult to understand the world leading to further impairment of mental potential
  • A lot of children have constipation but is overlooked it is uncomfortable to the child ,increases muscles spasticity or (tightness) Imagine yourself being constipated to understand how irritating it is for the child specially some one who cannot express himself
  • 30% to 65% children have mental retardation, children with intellectual impairment need special educators
  • 40% of children have some problem in vision. Ranging from blindness, myopia,or weak eye sight or squint(cross eyes)
  • 10% of children have problem of hearing. Children born before time (premature)are at higher risk. All babies should be tested for hearing loss
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