Introduction What is Cerebral Palsy and How does it affect Children? Assessing a Child with Cerebral Palsy Contractures and Deformities Principles of Treatment Child, Family and Therapist working as a Team Useful Equipment at a Treatment Centre and at Home Sensory Integration problems in Children with Cerebral Palsy ANNIE BROZAITIS Assessment and Management of Eating and Drinking difficulties MARIAN BROWNE Appendix A: How to make Equipment from Appropriate Paper-based Technology (APT) JEAN WESTMACOTT Appendix B: Choosing appropriate play activities to Engage a Child`s active involvement in Therapy
Archie Hinchcliffe is a Consultant Physiotherapy Trainer specialising in training therapists and community workers working with children in developing countries. She co-leads a biennial short course at the Bobath Centre in London specifically targeted at therapists intending to work in developing countries, and is a Trustee of Cerebral Palsy Africa, a Scottish charity founded in 2005 to support training programmes for therapists and others working with children with cerebral palsy in African countries. Archie Hinchcliffe has extensive hands-on experience of working with children with cerebral palsy in many countries in the Middle East and Africa. She lives in Hutton, near Berwick-upon-Tweed in the UK.