The symptoms of cerebral palsy vary widely depending on the severity of the illness. A person suffering from a mild form of cerebral palsy may display issues with fine motor skills (such as writing), balancing, proper posture, and involuntary movement. A person suffering from a severe form of cerebral palsy may have learning impairments, breathing problems, major mobility issues, spastic paralysis, seizures, and sensory issues. Infants and babies in Dallas are often diagnosed with cerebral palsy after displaying poor head control, lethargy, difficultly sucking, delayed development, or motor impairments. In many cases, it may take up to six months for doctors to diagnose a baby with cerebral palsy.