Many children who have cerebral palsy (CP) cannot communicate effectively with the people in their life. They never develop the ability to express everything they want to say to anyone they want to say it to. Can you imagine how this would impact life, educational experiences and social interactions?
Katie Hustad describes the research in her lab at the Waisman Center, where she and her students have been studying how communication develops in children with CP.
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