Article written by Holly Janna, Communications and National Team Coordinator for the Canadian Cerebral Palsy Sports Association
Nathan Riech has had most of his career success in the last two years and at the Paralympics
Among the highlights of the 2020 Tokyo […]Read More
Together with our conference partners, we are thrilled to share that after receiving some fantastic abstracts from speakers all over the World, the provisional programme for the 2021 CPISRA International Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral […]Read More
In partnership with our Nationalal Member for England, Cerebral Palsy Sport, and CP Teens UK, we are very excited to announce our inaugural TEEN outdoor recreation camp at the Bendrigg Trust ! This camp is for 13-17 year old who […]Read More
CPISRA are delighted to hear that World Para- Athletics have announced to their members that the Frame Running Classification rules have been approved. This is a wonderful step forward for Frame Running and is a result of many years of […]Read More
We are excited to announce the registration for the 2021 CPISRA Virtual Conference is now open. The conference focus is “Physical activity for health of people with Cerebral Palsy or acquired brain injury”.
Working with our partners in Austraila we […]Read More
Together with our conference partners Disability Sports Australia, Cerebral Palsy Foundation and Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we are excited to announce that ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS for the 2021 CPISRA Virtual Conference are now open!
The Conference focus is “Physical activity for health of […]Read More