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  1. Cerebral Palsy Association of Salisbury

    Series name
    Rhodesian Spotlight
    Issue no
    47
    NoS ID
    351975
    Story no
    3 / 5

    Rhodesian Spotlight Commentary - It’s a red letter day for the Cerebral Palsy Association of Salisbury as their new Clinic is opened. Until recently, of all human afflictions, Cerebral Palsy was accorded...

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  2. Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Techniques in the Treatment of Cerebral Palsy Children (Video)

    Director
    Fiona W Jackson
    Subject
    Medical sciences
    Distribution
    Videocassette. U-matic, VHS. col. 45 min.

    Demonstrates with children of various ages and degrees of cerebral palsy, techniques which should be used to minimise the degree of handicap in later life. Emphasises that the earlier therapy starts the...

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  3. "Plots Have I Laid, Inductions Dangerous" (2021 Audio)

    aka: Episode 174

    Series
    Shakespeare Unlimited
    Producer
    Richard Paul; Garland Scott

    Podcast. Barbara Bogaev interviews Mike Lew about his new play, Young Dick, a comedy that transposes Shakespeare’s Richard III to an American high school, its protagonist now a senior with cerebral palsy.

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  4. Cerebral palsy girl abandoned (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Peter Russell reports on the 15 year old girl with Cerebral Palsy, who was found abandoned on the steps of a cathedral in Canada, includes an interview with the Newfoundland social services minister John...

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  5. Documentary and (Dis)Ability Symposium

    Date
    3 Sep 2013, 17:00
    Author
    Sergio Angelini
    Post Type
    Post

    Documentary and (Dis)Ability: A One Day Symposium University of Surrey Friday 20 September 2013 The fourth in the ‘Documentary and …’ series to be held at the University of Surrey seeks to...

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  6. Benny Hill’s funeral (1992)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Tribute

    Nicky Broyd reports on the funeral of comedian Benny Hill in Southampton, with tributes from actor and friend Nicholas Parsons and Hill’s straight man Henry McGee. It is believed his fortune will be left...

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  7. Behind the Drool: A Portrait of Simon Stevens (1997 Video)

    Director
    Andy Berriman
    Subject
    Social welfare
    Distribution
    Sale, Videocassette. VHS. col. 17 min., 1998 sale: £35.00 (+VAT +p&p)

    A portrait of a young man, Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy, attempting to look behind the stereotypes to show his view of the world.

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  8. Treatment After Hip Operations in Cerebral Palsy (1969 Film)

    Subject
    Medical sciences
    Distribution
    Film (16mm)

    Shows how neurodevelopmental training has proved successful in post-operative care.

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  9. Bobath Approach to the Treatment of Children with Cerebral Palsy, The (1988 Video)

    Producer
    Simon Evans
    Subject
    Medical sciences
    Distribution
    Sale, Videocassette. VHS. col. 60 min., 1999 sale: £50.00 (inclusive)

    Categorises the various types of cerebral palsy in order to provide a clear understanding of the different presentations of these children. Presents abilities and disabilities in the form of a comparison...

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  10. The world-famous Peto Institute in Budapest, Hungary (1990)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    The Princess of Wales has been visiting the world famous Peto Institute in Budapest, Hungary, which promotes conductive education, an intensive form of physiotherapy. Cerebral palsy sufferer Dawn Rogers met...

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