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
Due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding COVID-19 and the associated restrictions to international travel in 2021, the CPISRA International Conference on Physical Activity and Health for People with Cerebral Palsy or Acquired Brain Injury (2021 CPISRA International Conference) is going […]Read More
World Para Athletics have announced their provisional Grand Prix Schedule for 2021. The schedule can be found at the following link https://www.paralympic.org/news/world-para-athletics-announces-2021-calendar
As far as CPISRA is aware, the WPA Grand pPix series will have events for all T/F 30s and […]Read More
CPISRA are thrilled to announce funding available for six Scottish families to attend the CPISRA Family Camp at the Calvert Trust Exmoor in August 2021, thanks to a grant received from the RS MacDonald Trust!
The 2021 CPISRA Family Outdoor Recreation […]Read More
The 2021 CPISRA General Assembly is a particularly crucial event as the membership will review the outturn of CPISRA’s four-year strategic transformation (2016-2020), decide priorities for the next 4 years (2021-2025) and elect Board positions.
The General Assembly will begin on 11th January and […]Read More
As many of you will now know, Peter Drysdale announced earlier this week that he would be stepping down as CPISRA President from 1st October. A decision that I know he has struggled with because of his passion for the […]Read More