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Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with more than 25 years of legal experience.

Cerebral palsy is well-known for the hearing and speech difficulties it often causes. The speech difficulties come from both hearing impairment and the way that cerebral palsy affects the individual’s ability to control their tongue, mouth and face, making it hard for them to talk. There are some ways that you can help someone with CP to speak and hear better.


Hearing Aids

Hearing aids are necessary for some CP sufferers to participate in conversations. Depending upon the degree of hearing impairment, the aids required may be different. These require custom fitting and being adjusted by a technician. They can be expensive but are well worth it.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy may be offered at your child’s school or you may have to pay for it on your own. It’s the best way to help someone with CP overcome their trouble speaking. Speech therapists can work wonders for people who are afflicted with conditions that make it hard for them to be understood. Most people with CP can get at least something of an improvement in their speaking ability by going to a good speech therapist.


Sometimes, hearing difficulties make it harder to learn. Some children need individual attention because they have a hard time keeping up in classes due to not being able to hear clearly. A tutor can help your child if they need this assistance. Ask at their school or see if there is a community organization that can help you find a qualified tutor to work with special needs children.


Hearing aids, speech therapy and the other resources that are needed to help children with CP speak and hear better are very expensive. Among the other costs associated with CP, they only add to the burden and, for some parents, it’s heartbreakingly difficult to get the best for their children.

If you believe that your child’s CP was caused by birth injury that resulted from medical negligence, contact acerebral palsy lawyer. They can look into the matter and see if it’s likely that you would win a lawsuit against the doctor or healthcare facility responsible. There’s no way to guarantee that you’ll win, but finding a good attorney is the first step in pursuing the matter. Remember that some attorneys work on contingency, allowing you to go ahead with your case without having to pay legal fees unless your attorney actually manages to win your claim for you.

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