Wed 10 Jul 2019

We’re excited to launch KEEPING IT REAL — a series of personal stories that will take you deeper into the lives of people with CP. 

'I wish I'd used my own cup': Mother's heartbreaking warning after a common virus she believes she caught from her toddler while pregnant left her baby son severely disabled and unable to walk or talk.

CPARF is thrilled to announce Nike athlete Justin Gallegos as our newest ambassador. As a seasoned runner living with cerebral palsy, he’s powered by effort, determination, and strength.

Charterhouse interviewed Professor Nadia Badawi, as part of a series featuring inspirational women, to celebrate International Women's Day on 8 March 8th 2019.

Jay lives with cerebral palsy and Andrew is his carer yet the two share a bond as strong as brothers. Having fun is key to their friendship.

It is no secret, the better we eat the better we feel. Have you tried the Buddha bowl? Jennifer Farmer takes us through the secrets of this recipe and explains why this simple dish is a delicious healthy option for the whole family.

 The amazing inventor Sadie McCallum is no stranger to facing obstacles and inventing her way to revolutionary solutions. Photo credit: Don DeBold // Flickr

The beach vacation we had originally planned never included a leg brace, or cerebral palsy. Diagnosed just weeks before, we were still functioning in a fog of disbelief.

Professor Alistair McEwan introduces a video series summarising key findings from the San Fran Tech Summit 2018 on the latest research and innovative technology to improve mobility and communication for people living with disability.