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Certificate in Cerebral Palsy Management

Certificate in Cerebral Palsy Management


This comprehensive course will teach you an understanding of the wider scope of Cerebral Palsy, including its levels of severity and five forms, and how each type affects the person with the condition. You will also learn about the differing needs of children, teens, and adults with Cerebral Palsy.

This course aims to align global understanding of Cerebral Palsy. It will provide a framework to develop introductory level principles of the management of children with Cerebral Palsy relevant in all contexts. The global network formed through this course will allow for shared knowledge and experiences to support good health care and better quality of life for children with Cerebral Palsy around the world.

Requirements to complete this course
In order to complete this course and receive a course completion certificate you will need to:

1)Be a part of the Physiopedia Plus Community Culture
2)Log as completed all the required reading and video viewing activities
3)Actively participate in the course forum discussions
4)Pass a final quiz with a score of 80% or more
5)Complete a course evaluation form
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