Occupational therapy can help people with health issues or a disability to find solutions, and help them take part in everyday life. Learn more about what they do.
Asperger’s syndrome was the name given to a lifelong developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.
Muscular dystrophy is a group of diseases affecting the muscles that control movement. Learn more about the different types and treatment options.
This group of genetic conditions affects the nervous system, usually the hand and foot muscles first. It worsens, but some therapies are effective.
Psoriatic arthritis is a condition that affects joints and skin, particularly in people with psoriasis. Learn more about the types, symptoms and treatment here.
Rett syndrome causes intellectual and physical disability. It’s been described relatively recently, so it’s not known how it progresses to middle age.
Hip pain is very common. Learn more about the signs, symptoms, treatments and self-care options and when to seek medical attention.
Encephalitis is a serious brain condition usually caused by a virus. If you think or your child may have encephalitis, seek medical attention straight away.
Dyspraxia is a disorder of movement and coordination that can be picked up in childhood. Through the right treatment, you can help manage its symptoms. Read more about dypraxia meaning, symptoms and treatment.
Cri du chat syndrome
Cri du chat (Cry of the cat) syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that causes delayed physical development, a small head size and intellectual disability. Learn more here, including why the condition has this name.