Friday, November 09, 2007

A growing collection of Cerebral Palsy resources by state

In my daily news alerts over the last few days, I’ve been noticing a near-daily listing of different states which have a listing of Cerebral Palsy resources.

I finally succumbed to my curiosity and clicked on the latest alert. This
Cerebral Palsy state resource guide
appears to be A project that is under on-going construction. It is part of the
Cerebral Palsy, Erb's Palsy & Birth Injury Blog,
Published by a Washington D.C. legal firm specializing in personal injury law.

What I was viewing in my news alerts were the state-by-state updates that were occurring on the blog.

At this time, there are listings for Alabama, Alaska , Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, and Connecticut. Do you see an alphabetical trend here? I feel certain more are to come until the entire country is represented. It is apparently drawing upon United Cerebral Palsy’s gathering of information, but when completed, this site will be like an encyclopedia and have the whole set.


While one may really only require the resources for the state where you live, I still think that this site will serve as a great resource compendium for any professional in the disability services field when it is completed.

2 comments:

sunil said...

Apart from that, lot of information on cerebral resources and other disability syndromes can be found here

http://www.icddelhi.org

Ron Graham said...

Hi Sunil,

Thank you for that. It appears to be a rich resource of information. I'll be spending some time checking out what all they have to offer.

Thanks again,
Ron