The Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center wants to help patients and their families of all ages manage their symptoms and reach their full potential.
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Source:New York TimesOctober 25, 2022
With Covid prompting more employers to consider remote arrangements, employment has soared among adults with disabilities.
Source:New York TimesOctober 19, 2022
When granted anonymity in focus groups, physicians let their guards down and shared opinions consistent with experiences of many people with disabilities.
Source:New York TimesAugust 26, 2022
When one partner is disabled and the other isn’t, getting married could mean giving up lifesaving health care and benefits from the government.
- June 29, 2022
Dr. Carmel and the Movement Recovery Laboratory publish“Spinal cord associative plasticity improves forelimb sensorimotor function after cervical injury” in Brain: A Journal of Neurology.
- August 30, 2021
The Movement Recovery Laboratory at the Columbia University Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center, has recently been awarded a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant.
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"Being a part of PFAC and the CP Support Group has brought such pleasure and purpose to my life. I have found friends that have become a second family to me. Our shared experiences help us to realize that we are not alone in this world."
"Around the time I turned 50 my body started becoming more unreliable and I knew I needed to see someone. My story is typical in that I had excellent care as a child, but from the age of about 25-50, I didn't really have a CP doctor. Whenever I tried to find one, they only saw kids. Luckily, a friend of mine found the center and sent me the link."
"Thanks to the excellent care I received at the Weinberg Family CP Center, my body is on a path to healing, and my quality of life is nearly what it was before I started to lose my ability to walk independently. My mind, emotions, and heart are healing as well."
Meet David Justo Cruz, one of the first patients at WFCPC and a lifelong patient of Dr. Hyman