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Changing Lives Through Sport and Recreation


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What Sports Can I Do?

Click to go to our sports pages, with information on lots of options of sports suitable for people with Cerebral Palsy or related conditions

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Online Courses

CPISRA have online courses available which are FREE to all CPISRA Members. Choose from Cerebral Palsy Awareness, an Introduction to Frame Running or Cerebral Palsy Coaching. Available in multiple languages.

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CPISRA 'Get Moving' Starter Pack

CPISRA have made a ‘Get Moving’ Starter Pack to be used by schools or centres working with children or adults with cerebral palsy to help introduce physical activity in to the every day. Click above for more.

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CPISRA Brochure

The CPISRA organisational brochure provides information on the history of the association as well as details on our different programmes and areas of focus.

Latest News

First Frame Football Come and Try Day held in Sydney!

Saturday 7th May saw the launch of Frame Football with NSFA (Northern Suburbs Football Association) that are based in Sydney NSW. NSFA coaches hosted the session with the support of Dejay Medical, Etac and Joe and Jasmine Physios from NAPA […]

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Doncaster Athletics Club host inclusive athletics day for people with physical impairments

Doncaster Athletics Club is hosting a ‘Have a Go Athletics Day’ on Saturday 21st May at 10am-2pm. This free event will take place at 98 Stadium Way, Doncaster, DN4 5JB. 

The event is open to all people with physical impairments and is being held […]

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CPISRA Blog Re-Launched!

Last Friday (6th May 2022), we re-launched the CPISRA blog and shared the first blog in our new series!

Our blog will be sharing sporting and recreational stories from around the world. All blogs will be written by people who […]

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New Frame Running Research Published

A research paper on “Athlete-Perceived Impact of Frame Running on Physical Fitness, Functional Mobility and Psychosocial Outcomes” has recently been published in the Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. The paper has open access and can be viewed here: Read More