Date Presented 4/7/2016

Caregivers of children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy experience changing roles and relationships, positivity regarding their child’s future, and fear of the unknown while their child receives constraint-induced movement therapy treatment. This study explores how the treatment may affect a caregiver and the caregiver–child dynamic.

Primary Author and Speaker: Rose Golden

Additional Authors and Speakers: Yan-Hua Huang, Claudia Peyton

Contributing Author: Trevor Glenn

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