Activity camps provide development, social and education experiences to encourage and increase participation in outdoor physical activity, both in day to day life and in more challenging, adventurous settings.
In 2022, CPISRA held three fantastic outdoor recreation camps. In April 2022, we held our first teen camp, in August we held our second family camp and in September we held our third adult camp. The dates and details for 2023 camps will be announced soon.
Recreation Demand Surveys – Take part today!
At CPISRA, we are looking for ways to develop our recreational opportunities for people with cerebral palsy and related conditions around the world. During November and December 2022, we are gathering the views of people with CP and related conditions, parents and carers of people with CP and related conditions, and health and sport professionals working with people with CP and related conditions.
These surveys will help CPISRA ensure that we are offering the recreational opportunities that you want and need. By completing the survey, you will help shape CPISRA’s future recreation programmes.
The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete. Please click below for the survey relevant to you.
Survey for People with Cerebral Palsy and related conditions
Survey for parents and carers of people with Cerebral Palsy and related conditions
Survey for health and sport professionals working with people with CP and related conditions
Thank you for taking part in this surveys and helping shape the future of CPISRA’s recreation opportunities!
Latest recreation news
- CPISRA June Newsletter
- First Frame Football Come and Try Day held in Sydney!
- All 2022 UK CPISRA Recreation Camp Announced
Sport Development Camps
Sport Development Camps provide a development and education experience to introduce, encourage and grow participation in a particular sport(s) or sub region. To enhance competitive opportunities and pathways for all.
Sport Development Camps embrace CPISRA’s mantra of Opportunity, Development and Participation. They do this by providing a competition for each sport as well as a development camp of between 1 and 5 days. Inclusion of education workshops and seminars is also encouraged. Member countries can request to hold a CPISRA Sport Development Camp at any time.