After a remarkable improvement in a young girl’s cerebral palsy, her family spoke to Sunrise, alongside CPA’s Professor Iona Novak, about the future of stem cells and cerebral palsy

Do you care for a child or young person with a neurodevelopmental disorder who experiences sleep issues? A team of researchers could use your help!

Do you have a child who uses a communication device? Do you speak a language other than English at home? If you answered yes to these questions, a research team would be interested to talk with you!

The 18th edition of the 20/twenty Challenge, Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s annual team fundraising event, was a massive success, raising almost $400,000 to purchase much-needed equipment and assistive technology for kids with cerebral palsy!

This week it's National Volunteer Week, so what better time to celebrate the huge role our volunteers play in supporting our CPA community

Two up-and-coming allied health students have been awarded the 2022 Gabby Robberds Scholarship, a prize inspired by a young girl's beautiful bond with her therapists that now inspires future health professionals in the disability sector.

Researchers at Melbourne's Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research have uncovered a new way to help identify babies and foetuses at high-risk of developing brain bleeds, paving the way for better early intervention. 

People who lack the ability to use their hands from conditions like motor neurone disease and cerebral palsy may one day be able to play video games that require a handheld controller through the use of customisable, wearable 3D printed bracelet

Cerebral Palsy Alliance is proud to be one of the successful applicants of TPG Telecom Foundation’s annual charity grants program, through our disability tech accelerator, Remarkable.