News

An update from CEO Rob White on how CPA is supporting and protecting our clients during COVID-19, and CPA therapy and services in January 2022.

A reserach study approved by Curtin Unviersity is recruiting people with cerebral palsy aged 30-64 to participate. The project will look at things that influence physical activity for adults with CP. 

In their latest blog piece, Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Institute's Dr Madison Paton and Dr Megan Finch-Edmondson explore just what we've learned from 15 years of stem cell studies involving people living with cerebral palsy - and where to next.

For many children with cerebral palsy and their families, Santa photos at busy shopping centres can be difficult. That's why CPA staff and volunteers created a COVID-safe Santa experience at four sites - with wonderful results!

At Cerebral Palsy Alliance, great things have always happened when families and the community come together with a common purpose. Nowhere is that clearer than at Iranda Grove in Newcastle, where a remarkable group of residents, staff and families have just celebrated a huge milestone.

Thank you for your continued support this year. Here's some highlights of what we've achieved together, and information on closure and reopening during the holidays. 

It’s almost time for the Summer holidays and things are getting Christmassy! Here’s a bounty of ideas to discover the magic of Christmas, from accessible restaurants to Christmas lights and markets, arts, crafts and entertainment.

Danny Long casting in Sydney is looking for people with cerebral palsy aged 22-35 to play leading speaking roles in an upcoming scripted dramedy project for a major on-demand channel. 

Aristocrat Technologies has been awarded the NSW Corporate Volunteer of the Year for its long-standing support of Cerebral Palsy Alliance!