UCP of San Diego County
8525 Gibbs Drive, #209
San Diego, CA 92123
Fax: (858) 571-0919
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Fund Development/
Managing Director of Adult/Community Programs
Misty M. Morgan
Pritha Dalal, MD
Appeals, Complaints and Comments
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1 in 323 American babies is diagnosed with cerebral palsy. Globally, approximately 17 million people have cerebral palsy.
Cerebral palsy is an umbrella term for a group of disorders. It is a condition that is permanent, but not unchanging.
Cerebral palsy can affect a person’s ability to finely coordinate the muscles around the mouth and tongue that are needed for speech. 1 in 4 people with cerebral palsy cannot talk.
CP is the most common motor disorder in children. 1 in 3 children with CP cannot walk. 1 in 4 cannot feed or dress themselves.
Spastic hemiplegia, where one half of the body has difficulty with voluntary movement, is the most common presentation of cerebral palsy. Approximately 40% of people with CP have hemiplegia.