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Pain is seminars spring skills 2013 study a result of the impairments that are associated with cerebral palsy, e.g. contracturesabnormal postures, dystoniaskin breakdown, hip subluxationGastro-oesophageal reflux and scoliosis. This pain can affect a person’s behavior, their ability to do things for themselves, to sleep and their social relationships. People might avoid day-to-day tasks that are important for independence, such as attending school and social events. DEPARTMENT TELEVISION UNIVERSITY Name_______________________________ OF FILM STUDIES AND WARWICK OF can be relieved, so it is best to be guided by your medical practitioner. Cerebral palsy can affect the muscles that open and close the mouth and move the lips and the tongue. Some people with cerebral palsy may have difficulties in chewing and swallowing food and drink – a condition known as dysphagia. 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The saliva loss may be more noticeable when they are concentrating on doing other tasks. 1 in 2 people with cerebral palsy have an intellectual disability. 1 in 5 people have a moderate to severe intellectual disability. Generally, the greater the level of a person’s physical impairment, the more likely it is that they will have an intellectual disability. However, there are people who have a profound level of physical impairment, who do not have an intellectual disability. Conversely, there can be others with a mild physical impairment who have an intellectual disability. Children with cerebral palsy may experience specific learning difficulties. These may include a short attention span, motor planning difficulties (organisation and sequencing of movement), perceptual difficulties and language difficulties. These can impact on literacy, numeracy and other classroom skills and activities. 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