Parents of children with a disability wanted! The Australian Catholic University at North Sydney is seeking parents to provide feedback on a student assignment about disability.

The 3rd Year occupational therapy students will give oral presentations on their projects over 3 days (31 May, 1 & 2 June). You would sit on a panel with a university staff member; to give your thoughts and ask...
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It's only one more sleep until the Ignite Walk in Canberra. Dress up in your neon best and enjoy amazing artwork by local artists. You can still register (get in quick - you have until 10am Friday 28 April). [ Ignitewalk.com.au Link ]
Its only one more sleep until the Ignite Walk in Canberra Dress
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Lest we forget. We join you in remembrance.
Lest we forget We join you in remembrance
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04/22/2017 at 03:40. Facebook
Have you heard of the benefits of incidental exercise? It's a great way to accidently exercise when you are not in the gym. We have some great tips from our exercise physiologists for you to sneak in some exercise and boost your health and wellbeing. Check out our blog!
Have you heard of the benefits of incidental exercise Its a great

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Our Youth Labs Imaginarium was a melting pot of exciting new ideas this week. In collaboration with Telstra and more than 35 of our young people, we had a workshop that resulted in some amazing pitches of innovation, social inclusion and harnessing real-time technology. A big thank you to Telstra and everyone that attended. We have some great things in the pipeline!
Our Youth Labs Imaginarium was a melting pot of exciting new ideas
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It was a race through the city on Tuesday for our young people as they completed challenges and worked together. Another fun day learning life skills and cementing friendships. It was a day of perfect weather, laughter and fun. Just one of the cool youth programs we offer building independence skills in a fun and engaging way...let us know if you are interested!
It was a race through the city on Tuesday for our young
REMINDER: study needs YOU!
Do you have a young child with cerebral palsy? Researchers at the Western Sydney University and Cerebral Palsy Alliance are investigating the feeding experiences of caregivers with a child with CP*, and are asking for volunteers to tell their story of feeding experiences with their child. They are seeking English speaking caregivers 18 years of age and over who have...
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REMINDER study needs YOU Do you have a young child with cerebral

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John Mayo
A great article in BMA Magazine about Canberra artist Tommy Balogh and our exciting Ignite Walk. We can't wait to share his neon and glowing artwork with you on April 28, along with other awesome artists. Make sure you are registered [ Ignitewalk.com.au Link ]
A great article in BMA Magazine about Canberra artist Tommy Balogh and

Exhibitionist Ignite Your Senses At The Cerebral Palsy Alliance's Ignite Walk BMA Magazine Canberra Streetpress

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Did you find all the eggs the Easter bunny left you today? Share your stories and photos!
Did you find all the eggs the Easter bunny left you today Share your stories and photos
Across the state, the Easter bunny dropped by our sites and left behind some surprises! We grabbed our baskets and went hunting. From all of us here at Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we wish you and your family a happy and safe Easter. We hope you have a wonderful day! And share your Easter photos with us :)
Across the state the Easter bunny dropped by our sites and left
We had a super fun week across the state with some of our holiday activities. At our Croudace Bay site, we did a survivor day (thank you sun for coming out for the day) with games and activities. Check out our warriors!
We had a super fun week across the state with some of
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Check out our talented chefs who took part in our Kids in the Kitchen event in Newcastle. They made mini pizzas and decorated cupcakes...it was delicious! Each hat has been personally decorated. This is just one of the fun holiday programs we are running, but we also have great activities during the term [ Cerebralpalsy.org.au Link ]
Check out our talented chefs who took part in our Kids in
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Irene Newton
Cynthia Dobson
Our fearless team of wilderness warriors spent the day at Manly Dam. Everyone had an awesome time cooking lunch, orienteering, completing team challenges and enjoying the beautiful weather with friends. This is just one of the programs we offer young people looking to meet new friends, learn new skills and build independence. Sad you missed out? We have heaps of fun group events and...
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Our fearless team of wilderness warriors spent the day at Manly Dam
A photo club student at a school in Slovenia wanted to give his friend with CP the opportunity to not only write, produce and act in film but also to work the camera. So he built a $60 gimbal and tested it. Here is his story...
A photo club student at a school in Slovenia wanted to give

GENIUS Olympiad 2017 - DIY motorized gimbal for smaller camera - Tadej Strah

GENIUS Olympiad 2017 - DIY motorized gimbal for smaller camera Tadej Strah, Gimnazija Vič, Slovenija This schoolyear, I entered Gimnazija Vič as a freshman. ...

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Dr Kylie Steel and colleagues at the University of Western Sydney are currently conducting a study to test a new psychological therapy aimed at improving movement in individuals with cerebral palsy.

The study uses Video Self Modeling (VSM), which involves being video taped performing an action and then re-watching the resulting footage over a three-week period. VSM has proven to be effective...
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Dr Kylie Steel and colleagues at the University of Western Sydney are
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Our friends over at Have wheelchair will travel have put together this handy access guide for anyone going to the Sydney Royal Easter Show this year. It's an awesome guide with all their tips and tricks including tickets, when to arrive, the best pavillions to visit and when, and that's just to name a few. Let us know what you think of the event!
Our friends over at Have wheelchair will travel have put together this

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Nicole Hazell
Meet our newest student placements! University of Canberra Gabby Robberds Scholarship recipients Jessica Callaghan (occupational therapy) and Hannah Martin (physiotherapy) will be familiar faces at our Scullin Site in ACT and East Maitland respectively for five weeks. Their scholarship covers their travel and expenses. The pair demonstrated a commitment to paediatric therapy in their chosen...
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Meet our newest student placements University of Canberra Gabby Robberds Scholar
Have you seen this? The catwalk at Moscow Fashion Week featured models in wheelchairs as part of a show about diversity. Their outfits were specially designed and stunning! We will let it speak for itself...
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Lynn Burton
Check out Christoper and his mum Pam on WIN News Canberra talking about being part of our Cerebral Palsy Alliance family and the new Ignite Walk event on April 28 in the ACT. It's a fun neon-filled night, with amazing artists and the opportunity to see the lake in a new fluro light. Come join the fun [ Ignitewalk.com.au Link ]
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Dee Banks
Milagros Santiago
The NDIS website is a treasure trove of information to help you on your transition journey. To help you start the process we have found five factsheets and pages we think would be good for you to read, especially if you are new to the process and feeling overwhelmed. Check out our blog.
The NDIS website is a treasure trove of information to help you

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