How do I get information about resources available for children who have cerebral palsy or other disabilities in D.C., Maryland and Virginia?

As D.C. medical malpractice lawyers, we represent children with cerebral palsy and disabilities in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.  And we've learned a lot from our clients - parents of children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities caused by medical malpractice. 

One of the things we learned is that caring for a special needs child is a 24/7 occupation.  Parents of children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities don't have the time to research available resources for their child and family - they need a starting point.

That's why we wrote Getting Everything Your Special Needs Child Deserves: A Parent's Guide to Resources.  We tried to provide a starting point of resources and information on respite care, education, legal issues, camps and other issues facing parents of children with cerebral palsy or other disabilities. Some of the information came from our clients - programs they have tried and have worked.

Our Guide to Resources is available free to any parent or guardian of a child with cerebral palsy or other disability.  As D.C. medical malpractice lawyers, we know that cerebral palsy can be caused by medical malpractice.  And we know that many children suffer from cerebral palsy or other injuries or disabilities that have nothing to do with medical malpractice.  

And to be crystal clear - our resource guide is for all parents of special needs children - whether you believe your child's condition was caused by medical malpractice or not.  

You can order your free copy through our website or by calling us at (202) 393-3320.