Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month

It’s Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month!

Now more than ever, we need to keep shining a light on why cerebral palsy research is so important.

Cerebral palsy doesn’t stop. People with CP are still experiencing more stress and more pain, along with missing crucial appointments due to isolation and quarantine. Finding new ways to treat their chronic pain takes on renewed importance at this time. It’s also essential that we look toward the future and uncover ways to change what possible means for people with cerebral palsy.

Meet our friend, Solly! He’s a six-year-old who loves to rock out to Queen and Foghat during outdoor family dance parties with his parents and his sister, Bea.

At Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation, we’ve funded over $44 million to date in CP research, supporting advancements, technological innovations, and investigations into chronic pain treatments that can change how Solly and everyone with cerebral palsy can experience the world.

People like Solly and his family are why we do what we do, and we’ll continue to shine a light on why cerebral palsy research is so important.

Our research can’t stop no matter what else is going on in the world. And that’s why we need you — your support, your voice, and your energy — to keep moving cerebral palsy research forward.

Together, we can change what’s possible.