Early diagnosis and intervention of celebral palsy
Cerebral palsy (CP) is a group of movement and posture disorders causing activity limitation due to disturbances that occurred in the fetal or infant brain. It is the most common physical disability occurring in 2.1 per 1 000 births. Unfortunately, it is also often diagnosed after the age of two. This delay can cause dramatic long-term consequences for children and parents. Hence, early detection (ED) and intervention (EI) are especially important. The EU-funded BornToGetThere project aims to develop the International Clinical Practice Guideline in Europe, LMIC and remote populations. It will provide the evidence, knowledge and optimised procedures for early high-risk cases identification and offer targeted, effective clinical services to prevent secondary health complications. The BornToGetThere project will help to adapt EI programs to different welfare systems and environments.
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