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Disorder of childhood characterized by brain damage resulting in paralysis, problems in physical growth, communication and sensory problems

Cerebral palsy (some children can improve)

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Maternal rubella, flu, mumps, fetal anoxia, excessive exposure to X-rays radiation, accidents during pregnancy

Prenatal causes of brain injury

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Prolonged labor, wrong position of baby, too fast delivery, mechanical damage to head

Perinatal causes of brain damage

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Auto accidents, infections of diseases like mumps, scarlet fever, measles, whooping cough, meningitis, postnatal anoxia, poisoning agents

Postnatal causes of brain injury

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Type of cerebral palsy based on paralyzed body parts:
Either the left or the right half of the body is affected

Hemiplegia

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Type of cerebral palsy based on paralyzed body parts:
Only the legs are involved

Paraplegia

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Type of cerebral palsy based on paralyzed body parts:
All four limbs are involved

Quadriplegia

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Types of cerebral palsy based on neurological symptoms:
Increased tone or rigidity of muscles

Spasticity

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Types of cerebral palsy based on neurological symptoms:
Slow, involuntary, and writhing movements

Athetosis

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Types of cerebral palsy based on neurological symptoms:
Disturbed balance and movement

Ataxic

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(Damage to muscle)
Problems of artic, breathing abnormalities, voice probs, and fluency and prosody

Developmental dysarthria

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Autism spectrum disorders:

Autism, Asperger's syndrome, Rett syndrome

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(Behavioral) Impaired social interaction and communication and repetitive and stereotypic behaviors, interests, and activities

Autism

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Mild form of autism; associated with better speech and language skills; socially severely impaired

Asperger's syndrome

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Limitations in intellectual functioning, deficient social behaviors or skills, and inadequate daily living skills

Intellectual disabilities (ID)

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Non-oral communication strategies that are the primary means of communication with no significant oral speech

Alternative communication

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Non-oral communication strategies that supplement the existing verbal skills

Augmentative communication