Through physical activity, teenagers can improve their fitness, walking, mobility, participation and quality of life. So, let’s get out and moving!
Teenagers with cerebral palsy (CP) can participate in physical activity that is fun, enjoyable and individualised to meet their needs. This includes teens who use walking frames and wheelchairs. Specific training, rather than a generalised approach, is important to achieve physical and fitness goals.
At least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity per day is recommended, and muscle and bone strengthening activities on 3 days per week. Working together as a team can help achieve this, understanding and addressing any barriers along the way to ensure teens can participate to their full potential.
Our trained and dedicated staff are experts in supporting physical activity and fitness for teenagers and their families.
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We offer a blended model of services to meet the individual needs of teenagers and their families.
Appointments may be arranged:
A small group session may be recommended. Groups- can be attended in person or via Telepractice.
If you have a funding package from the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we can work with you to maximise the benefits. You can purchase supports using your:
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