Cerebral Palsy Alliance-backed disability tech startups PolySpine and ResusRight have both been awarded prizes at the 2022 Good Design Awards, Australia’s most prestigious showcase of innovative and creative design

Cerebral Palsy Alliance, the global centre of expertise for cerebral palsy, will lead a multidisciplinary research project to establish a $2.5 million Centre for Research Excellence aimed at further decreasing the rate and severity of cerebral palsy.

Wed 31 Aug 2022
NDIS: Rhetoric vs Reality

Researchers from the University of Sydney want to find out more about the realities of living with intellectual disability in Australia, and the impact of individualised funding arising from the introduction of the NDIS.

World Cerebral Palsy Day is a month away – and we’re calling on the global cerebral palsy community to submit ideas for breakthrough accessible tech solutions!

The first NDIS Jobs and Skills Forum last week elevated young people with disability and gave them a platform to share their lived experience. In this blog, five of the organisers from CPActive and Children and Young People With Disability Ausralia share their perspectives on the event.

A multi-disciplinary team of researchers are putting a new therapy approach to the test in the biggest-ever training study conducted for infants with cerebral palsy – recruiting more than 300 babies across four states. Find out more about the GAME trial from CPA's Doctor Cathy Morgan.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) is proud to announce the launch of our first Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), a milestone in our 75-year history of supporting equality, inclusivity and diversity.

Researchers from the University of Sydney and Plumtree Children’s Services are inviting parents and carers of children with development delay and disability aged 0–14 years to share their experiences on participating in community activities.

Monday 22 August marks the start of Speech Pathology Week. So it's an extra special time to reveal that Cerebral Palsy Alliance senior speech pathologist, Amanda Khamis, has won the University of Sydney’s prestigious ‘3 Minute Thesis’ competition!