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Category Archives: Cerebral Palsy Treatment

Jersey’s government updates advice on travellers, taking ibuprofen and vulnerable people – ITV News

Posted: March 22, 2020 at 3:42 pm

Jersey's government has issued updated advice for those who are travelling, self-isolating, have an underlying health condition and are considering using Ibuprofen. People who are travelling: Not showing symptoms of infection: Family members should strictly follow social distancing advice. Continue reading

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Coronavirus: This is who is on the list of vulnerable high risk people – Bristol Post

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The chief medical officer has advised people at high risk of serious illness from the coronavirus pandemic to stay at home for 12 weeks - and issued a list of what constitutes the vulnerable groups. Continue reading

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Creating home sanctuaries for those with sensory issues – The Columbus Dispatch

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Many of us have a special spot at home that helps us hit the reset button. Continue reading

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Family appeal for people to wear pink to celebrate brave Holly – The Guide Liverpool

Posted: March 21, 2020 at 12:48 pm

20/03/2020 Holly was just 18-years-old and from Fazakerley, she featured on the current BBC Hospital series, had a number of life-limiting complex conditions including cerebral palsy, epilepsy, chronic lung disease, and osteoporosis. She died peacefully at home and her family and friends had hoped to be able to get together and pay a fabulous tribute to the brave girl who touched so many lives. But social distancing advice from the government put an end to their plans, leaving them with the heartbreaking prospect of laying her to rest in a near-empty crematorium Continue reading

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Coronavirus UK: Who is classed as vulnerable by the government? – Metro.co.uk

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Those in groups classed by the government as more vulnerable should observe the most stringent social distancing measures and should be meticulous about handwashing and hygiene (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk) Amid the growing coronavirus epidemic, the government has advised social distancing measures for all, to reduce social interaction between people in a bid to slow transmission of Covid-19. For those who are considered to be more vulnerable, the government recommends more stringent social distancing measures. So who is included in the vulnerable group Continue reading

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Outfitting a Home for a Child on the Autism Spectrum – The New York Times

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I saved thousands, said Mr. Volchok, adding that he had previously used closeout sales to buy items for his own computer business. Melissa Morgenlander said she had spent many hours thinking about her sons sensory needs and determined less was more, especially in the bedroom, where he needs help falling and staying asleep Continue reading

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Opinion | This ‘government for the people’ is a farce – TheSpec.com

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The mark of a good politician is their willingness to meet with diverse groups of constituents. This is even more important for cabinet ministers who should be listening to what those impacted by their portfolio have to say. From what I've seen of the current Ontario Conservative party, they do not care Continue reading

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Patients with asthma and diabetes told to enter three-month quarantine – Pulse

Posted: March 20, 2020 at 6:41 am

Patients with underlying health conditions, including asthma and diabetes, have been instructed by the Government to take extreme measures to shield themselves from the coronavirus (Covid-19), starting this weekend. Continue reading

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The coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak leaves people with disabilities among the most at risk – ABC News

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Updated March 20, 2020 10:12:35 Rayna Lamb has cerebral palsy and takes medication for a skin condition which suppresses her immune system. She is at such high risk of contracting coronavirus she has chosen to self-isolate. Continue reading

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Hassan opts to stay in DC to avoid potentially exposing her son to COVID-19 – WMUR Manchester

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Sen. Maggie Hassan is opting not to come back to New Hampshire amid the coronavirus outbreak.> > Download the FREE WMUR appHassan will stay in Washington, D.C., to try to avoid potentially exposing her son, Ben, to COVID-19.He's a great young man but he has cerebral palsy and a compromised respiratory system, Hassan said.A bout of pneumonia two years ago required surgery and intensive care. Continue reading

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