Adolescence & Adults

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Explore information from experts, stories from people with CP who have experienced adolescence and adulthood.

The teen years and transitioning to adulthood, brings new considerations for a person with cerebral palsy and their family.  Additionally, as a person with cerebral palsy ages, there are new factors to consider including wear and tear on joints, chronic pain and other health issues that come along with age for people with and without cerebral palsy. There is so much more to learn in this area and we are committed to bringing you the most up to date research in the field.

Cynthia Frisina
Senior Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, Cerebral Palsy Foundation
Dr. Ted Conway, PhD
Professor & Head Department of Biomedical Engineering Florida Institute of Technology
Michael Kutcher
Michael Kutcher, Keynote Speaker, Cerebral Palsy and Organ Donation Advocate
Shelby Nurse
Graduate student in rehab/mental health counseling