D3CPF Purpose

  D3 Cerebral Palsy Foundation is a Corporation organized primarily for the purposes of receiving and administering funds for educational and charitable purposes. To receive and administer funds for Cerebral Palsy research and help sponsor Children diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.

Present...Life Today

D3CPF MISSION is to bring awareness of Cerebral Palsy.

D3CPF MISSION is to be a Network of resources to the Community that children with disabilities live life despite their respective Handicap.

D3CPF MISSION is to receive administered funds for Cerebral Palsy research and help sponsor Children diagnosed with Cerebral

The Present
 Life's a Journey

On November 11, 2011 D3 Cerebral Palsy Foundation was launched.  D3CPF is on a mission to increase the awareness of  Cerebral Palsy.  Today, the understanding of Cerebral Palsy is questionable.  Most people see CP for its physical ques rather than on a case by case basis. As a resource to the world, D3CPF will stay current, fresh and full of ideas and issues to explore.

D3CPF began its mission with a Fundraising Gala. 
We designed T-shirt to raise funds.
Spring 2012 Big Heart Big House Marathon was the very first kick-off and promotion.
Community Involvement
Community and educational involvement is vital to our mission. The support and technical assistance in the development, implementation, and evaluation of mandated special education programs and services. Each school district and public school academy provides special education programs and services to students with disabilities. Centers of educational service for students requiring highly specialized approaches adapted to the severity of student need.

Children with special needs have unique needs for planning and assistance related to their age. Parents are able to access services for infants and young children with developmental delays and identified disabilities across the county.

European Approach
Generally, the first part of treatment is a preparation period. This can consist of warming up the muscles through hot packs and massage followed by stretching and strengthening the muscles so that they are ready for the second part of therapy.  For children who do not have tight muscles, more stimulatory techniques and activities are performed during the preparation phase.
In the second phase of therapy, a number of activities are practiced which include balance, coordination and functional activities such as head control, rolling, sitting, crawling, and walking.

Finding Balance and Coordination

Both balance and coordination are skills that are essential in order to maintain different
positions as well as to be able to move through different positions independently.  Balance includes the ability to maintain positions, recover and react from forces that might
throw you off balance, as well as the ability to safely fall.  Coordination
is the ability to smoothly execute a movement through space. Balance and coordination
depend on the interaction of multiple body organs and systems including the eyes, ears,
brain and nervous system, cardiovascular system and musculature. Balance and
coordination skills sometimes do not naturally occur in children with special needs and
hinder the achievement of independent motor skills.
Beating the Odds
For the sake of humanity people living with a disability are capable of co-existing in Society. Ones quality of life is
determined on a personal basis. Living life to the fullest is a fundamental right worthy for even the Disabled Community to explore.
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