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Changing Lives Through Sport and Recreation

OPPORTUNITY, DEVELOPMENT AND PARTICIPATION

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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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2020 CPISRA Conference

Save the Date for the 2020 CPISRA Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy or Acquired Brain Injury. Click above for more information.

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Member Events

A list of events ran by CPISRA members which are open to International participants

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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

COVID-19 CPISRA Update

Dear CPISRA community,

First and foremost, we hope you are all safe and well during this difficult time. Covid-19 is affecting every aspect of people’s lives and we understand everyone’s anxieties and uncertainty, and we know we are experiencing disruptions much […]

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CPISRA Conference Call for Abstracts Open

We are thrilled to announce that abstract submissions for the inaugural Cerebral Palsy International Sports and Recreation Association (CPISRA) Conference are now open! The Conference focus is “Physical activity for health of people with cerebral palsy or acquired brain injury”. Submissions […]

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Inaugural CPISRA Family Camp Announced

The inaugural CPISRA Outdoor Recreation Camp will be held from the 7th – 10th August 2020. This fully accessible camp is for children and young people with cerebral palsy or related conditions to attend with their families.

The camp will […]

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Survey Confirms Demand for a CPISRA Family Camp

Following announcing and holding our inaugural outdoor recreation camp for adults with CP and related conditions, CPISRA received a lot of enquiries for a similar camp for young people and/or families.

In September 2019, we circulated a survey to all […]

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