The objective for the content of Cerebral Palsy Guidance (CPG) is to provide readers with thoroughly-researched articles on cerebral palsy and birth injuries, backed by scientific sources and experts in the medical and legal field.
CPG serves as a vast source of information and outreach for families and communities who need tips and support when caring for a child with cerebral palsy. The information includes, in part, daily life tips, support group details, information on financial assistance, respite care details, and education options.
Editorial Process at CPG
CPG staff consists of a team of professional writers and experts in the medical and legal field. Our field experts have extensive experience and knowledge of cerebral palsy and birth injuries. Our writers follow professional journalistic standards in all areas.
At CPG, we follow a rigorous editorial process. All content is verified before a content editor runs a final check for article flow, grammatical accuracy, and readability.
Our professional writers have extensive experience in curating fact-based articles based on in-depth research of up-to-date medical data and information. We report only from data and information backed by professional medical reports, authentic scientific research, medical journals, health professionals and trustworthy news outlets.
Common medical publications, organizations, and reports that CPG utilizes, in part, include:
- The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
- Nationally-recognized hospitals’ reports (e.g., Johns Hopkins Medicine)
- Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) & other peer-reviewed medical journals
- United Cerebral Palsy Association (UCP)
Sources utilized are listed and accounted for in every article provided by CPG.
CPG writers understand and adhere to the Code of Ethics provided by the Society of American Business Writers and Editors. We verify all information before publishing and strive for the highest level of accuracy and fairness in all content.
Cerebral Palsy Bloggers
CPG incorporates bloggers with cerebral palsy who can provide personal insights and candid stories on what it’s like living with the disorder. Although our cerebral palsy bloggers write from a personal perspective, they follow the same editorial standards as our professional writers.
As part of the editorial process, CPG’s team of physicians and nurse practitioners review and edit all medical-related articles to ensure an added layer of accuracy. All of our medical professionals are board-certified and have experience with cerebral palsy and birth injuries.
Attorney Robert Wharton, of the Wharton Law Firm, writes legal and court-related articles for CPG. Wharton’s law firm is a national firm that specializes in cerebral palsy and birth injury cases.
The CPG content editor performs a final “run-through” of each article before publication. The final run-through consists of checking each article for clarity, reader-friendly content, correct terminology and grammar, and adherence to CPG’s writing style.
Photos used on CPG are via copyright-free imaging sources or by explicit permission from the rightful owners.
Although we strive to provide the highest level of accuracy in all of our content, CPG will update any information found to be inaccurate. We welcome tips, questions, and suggestions.