Karlsson, P., Galea, C., Townsend, A. & Wallen, M. (2016). Identifying and monitoring pain and sleep in children with cerebral palsy: Early findings from a surveillance program. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology,58(S5), 95-95.: Wiley. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1111/dmcn.23_13225
Three in four children with cerebral palsy experience pain and one in five has a sleep disorder. Early identification and intervention are critical to the well-being of children and their families. This study examines the incidence of pain and sleep disorders from prospectively collected surveillance data of individuals with cerebral palsy.
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