CPISRA is passionate about promoting sport for recreation, well-being and enjoyment, as well as sport development and competition. CPISRA’s primary objective for Recreation is to increase the number of people with Cerebral Palsy and related neurological conditions undertaking regular physical activity for enjoyment. We need to achieve this by inspiring people to try a recreational activity, by raising awareness of the fun, fitness, psychological, well-being and social benefits of participation and to show the range of possible activities.
CPISRA’s Head of Recreation
In the below series of videos, Julie McElroy, CPISRA’s Head of Recreation, tells us what recreation means to her.
2019 Outdoor Recreation Camp
The Inaugural International Outdoor Recreation Camp is happening at the Calvert Trust Lake District (UK) on Monday 23rd September – Friday 27th September 2019. The camp is open to adults aged 18+ with Cerebral Palsy and related conditions. The week will include outdoor adventure activities such as rock climbing, an assault course, canoeing, orienteering and abseiling! The focus will be on personal development, team building and making new friendships!
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