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Illinois-Eastern Iowa District. Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation. What is Spastic Paralysis?. A chronic, pathological condition in which the muscles are affected by persistent spasms and exaggerated tendon reflexes because of damage to motor nerves of the central nervous system

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illinois eastern iowa district

Illinois-Eastern Iowa District

Spastic Paralysis Research Foundation

what is spastic paralysis
What is Spastic Paralysis?
  • A chronic, pathological condition in which the muscles are affected by persistent spasms and exaggerated tendon reflexes because of damage to motor nerves of the central nervous system
  • Spastic Paralysis is a symptom of many common diseases and they work together to harm the central nervous system
  • Is also present in MS. (Multiple Sclerosis)
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Spastic Paralysis

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbsanSW_NOQ

diseases
Diseases
  • Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Stroke
  • Brain tumors
  • Fragile X Syndrome
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Spina Bifida
  • Neonatal Care and Development Disabilities of Prematurely Born Babies
fetal alcohol syndrome
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • Women who drink alcohol during pregnancy can give birth to babies with fetal alcohol spectrum disorders.
  • These disorders range from mild to severe.
  • They can be behavioral, physical, related to learning, or all of the above.
stroke rehabilitation
Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Rehabilitation helps stroke survivors relearn skills that are lost when part of the brain is damaged.
  • For example, these skills can include coordinating leg movements in order to walk or carrying out the steps involved in any complex activity.
  • Rehabilitation also teaches survivors new ways of performing tasks to circumvent or compensate for any residual disabilities
brain tumors
Brain Tumors
  • Abnormal growth of cells within the brain or the central spinal canal.
fragile x syndrome
Fragile X Syndrome
  • Fragile X syndrome is an inherited genetic disease that causes intellectual and developmental disabilities. Inherited means that the disease is passed down from parents to children through their genes.
  • Fragile X syndrome is the most common hereditary source of mental disability in boys.
  • People with fragile X syndrome usually experience a range of developmental and learning problems. The disease is a life-long condition. Only some people with fragile X syndrome are able to live independently.
  • Twice as common in males as females.
alzheimer s
Alzheimer’s
  • The most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease (AD). AD is a progressive and irreversiblebrain disorder.
  • The actual cause of AD is unknown.
  • AD slowly damages, and then destroys, a person’s memory, judgment, reasoning skills, personality, autonomy, and bodily functions.
spina bifida
Spina Bifida
  • Developmental congenital disorder caused by the incomplete closing of the embryonic neural tube. Some vertebrae overlying the spinal cord are not fully formed and remain unfused and open.
  • If the opening is large enough, this allows a portion of the spinal cord to protrude through the opening in the bones
why spastics
Why Spastics?
  • With Spastics, we not only raise money for one cause, but for several causes.
  • All the money we raise goes to further research into the diseases.
  • The more money we raise, the sooner we can find cures and ways to limit the effect of the diseases.
how can i help today
How can I help today?
  • Run/Walk
  • Bracelets
  • Carnations
  • Happy Grams
  • THE NATIONAL DAY AT PLAY-Sept. 7th
how can i help in the future
How can I help in the future?
  • Educate yourself more about Spastics
  • Then go educate others
  • Tell your friends
  • Tell your family
  • Let them know why it’s important to you
fundraising ideas
Fundraising Ideas?

Take a few minutes to share with everyone the different things your club did to raise money for Spastic Paralysis!

where to send donations
Where to send donations?

I-I Kiwanis District Office

2422 East Washington Street, Suite 106

Bloomington, Il 61704-1611.

national day at play
National Day at Play
  • On September 7th the I-I District will be having the National Day at Play!
  • We want you to form a service project and/or fundraiser to help get children playing
  • Children with Spastic Paralysis are not able to do everyday activities
  • Form an interclub with your fellow K-Kids or contact your local elementary schools!