How we can help
How we can help parents
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Each child is unique. We aim to be a source of practical information about the care, services and support available to you and your family at each stage of your journey.

Where are you in your journey?

Whether you have concerns about your child’s motor development, are already seeking medical advice, or have received a diagnosis, we will hope to provide you with practical information on the care, help and support that is available to you and your child at every stage of your journey.

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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