Raising awareness of the issues
facing children and young people
with cerebral palsy
Raising awareness of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsy
Raising awareness of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsy
Action Cerebral Palsy
Manifesto 2024
Action Cerebral Palsy
Manifesto 2024
Action Cerebral Palsy
Manifesto 2024
If in Doubt, Check it Out
If in Doubt, Check it Out

Do you know the warning
signs of cerebral palsy?

Do you know the warning
signs of cerebral palsy?

If in Doubt, Check it Out

Do you know the warning signs of cerebral palsy?

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Improving public, professional and political awareness of the issues facing children and young people with cerebral palsy

Action Cerebral Palsy is working to ensure that every child and young person in the UK with cerebral palsy has access to the best possible intervention, care, education and support to meet their complex and changing needs

How We Can Help

Practical information on care, education, legislation, financial, parent and family support and real life stories, at every stage of your journey

Resources and support materials for healthcare and educational professionals to help you better support children with cerebral palsy and their families

Reports, research and information for policy makers, journalists, and researchers about the issues facing children and young people in the UK with cerebral palsy

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“Cerebral palsy is a lifelong condition, there is no cure, and despite it being the most common physical disability in childhood there was little support in helping us as parents adjust to the new reality of our lives; a lifelong commitment as carers. That may now change thanks to the work and efforts of Action Cerebral Palsy; they are working hard to try to ensure that no more parents face the anxiety, loneliness and isolation that we have felt and that children and their families have the support and help that they need at every stage of their journey.”

– Helen Hunt, mother of Wilf

Wilf and his mother

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