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It’s Dogtober! October is officially the month dedicated to raising awareness of Assistance Dogs in Australia. To celebrate, we spoke to Paralympic gold medallist Amanda Reid about her experience as someone living with cerebral palsy and how her Assistance Dog has had a major positive impact on her wellbeing.

A cerebral (palsy) conversation with filmmaker, actor, advocate and CPA client, Emily Dash

The Australian cerebral palsy community will mark World Cerebral Palsy Day on 6 October with a new campaign to celebrate and support the 34,000 Australians living with the condition.

Australia is recognised as one of the most inclusive nations in the world, but really, is it?

Many children with cerebral palsy (CP) also have other medical conditions and need ongoing access to health and social services to be healthy. This can be even more challenging for families who are socially disadvantaged.

15-year-old CPA para-athlete Indiana Cooper has been selected for the prestigious Kurt Fearnley Scholarship, recognising her as one of the most promising up-and-coming athletes with cerebral palsy in Australian sport.

Hurray! It’s the long weekend. Here’s a stack of fun activities to keep you entertained. Have a wonderful time resting, creating, walking, seeing your friends and family, enjoying this gorgeous Spring sunshine, and doing whatever floats your boat.

A cerebral (palsy) conversation with Invictus Games competitor and CPA client Arran Keith, and his physiotherapist Claire Smart.

A world-first set of International Clinical Practice guidelines for the treatment of children with cerebral palsy have been drawn up by an expert panel including researchers from Cerebral Palsy Alliance.