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Mon 26 Oct 2020
An update from our CEO

An update from our CEO

Mon 26 Oct 2020
Gamers UNITE!

Claymore Armoury is participating in 'PlayAble' to raise critical funds for people living with disability.

Can you help? Do you know or are you part of an identical twin pair who are differently affected by cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism spectrum disorder or an intellectual impairment?

If you live with hemiparesis, you may be eligible to participate in a research study.

Do you have cerebral palsy or are you a parent/carer of someone with cerebral palsy? We are conducting an online research survey to understand your opinions on neural stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy Please follow this link for more information and to take part in this survey.

At the age of seven, Harry was repeatedly suspended from school. When he returned to class, the other children called him a "disgrace" and a "dummy". It's a common misconception that students with challenging behaviours are violent. In reality this is a vulnerable cohort of students, often with neurological disabilities.

HABIT-ILE graduate, Will Best, recently sat down with Hollywood actor, RJ Mitte to discuss acting, living with CP, advocating for people with a disability, and what it means to Make Your Mark ahead of World Cerebral Palsy Day.

Researchers from Flinders University are conducting a study on online literacy instruction for children with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy or Down syndrome aged 6-12 years. Are you able to help?

Stroke Foundation has launched a new paediatric stroke booklet, Our Family’s Stroke Journey. It covers everything parents need to know about life after a child’s stroke.