Cerebral Palsy

Children with Cerebral Palsy have a wide range of different needs, strengths and challenges. No two children are the same and, because of this, the way our child enjoys play and exercise will be specific to them.

This library (produced by specialist physiotherapist, Stephanie Wheen), has lots of ideas, exercises, activities and games to help our children thrive and develop at home – working their motor and sensory systems whilst at play. Activities are sequenced on each page from easiest to hardest so there is something to suit every child.

Video Webinars

Our webinars are led by qualified therapists and specialist children’s well-being practitioners and are informative as well as offering practical tips and tricks to try at home.

The information is easy to access and understand. with a breakdown of topics to enable access to the relevant sections for our children.

We also have resources for:

Thank you for visiting Gympanzees’ website. All information provided by Gympanzees is of general nature and for educational / entertainment purposes. It is up to you as the parent or family member to judge what is appropriate and safe for your child. No information provided by Gympanzees should replace any professional information and advice that you have been given and speak to your therapist or doctor if you are unsure of anything. Should you use any of the information provided by Gympanzees, you do so at your own risk and hold Gympanzees harmless from any and all losses, liabilities, injuries or damages resulting from any and all claims.