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Prioritisation of strategies to optimise gym participation for young adults with cerebral palsy: A Delphi study. This research is being conducted by La Trobe University and CP-Achieve and is open to young adults with cerebral palsy aged 16-30, and their parents/caregivers, plus health professionals and gym workers. 

Researchers at UNSW are conducting a project which aims to validate a Neurodevelopmental Assessment Scale (NAS) and would like to recruit parents/caregivers of children with a Neurodevelopmental Developmental Disorder (NDD) to assist with the validation.

Being restricted means we get creative about ways to stay entertained. Check out these 8 ideas for having fun and doing something different this weekend. 

We are currently looking for 18 keen participants for the 2022 event. If you are a client of Cerebral Palsy Alliance aged between 12-20 years old and have cerebral palsy or similar disability, we would like to hear from you.

Dr Madison Paton and Dr Megan Finch-Edmondson explore the future possibilities for stem cell treatment and brain injuries, including cerebral palsy, stroke and many other conditions.

Are you the parent of a child aged between 8-14 years with cerebral palsy? CPA and The University of Sydney are conducting speech therapy research and we'd love to get you involved!

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) reviews and updates its pricing guide throughout the year, to ensure the costs of NDIS services can be met through the scheme. Updated NDIS Pricing Arrangements and Price Limits are now available. 

Do you have a child with cerebral palsy aged 8-18 years? Do they or their siblings play digital games? To assist with our research, we'd love you to participate in a survey about what digital games children like to play.

Tracy and Jason had never heard of CMV. All that changed when Tracy fell pregnant with her third child - now she is campaigning to raise awareness of this common virus which causes lifelong disabilities in children.