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.
2020 Family Camp Survey
In September 2019, we circulated a survey to all our members, mailing list and shared it on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. This survey aimed to learn what demand there was for a Family Recreation Camp, and also what this Family Camp should involve.
Click the file below to open the CPISRA Family Camp Survey Report
2019 Outdoor Recreation Camp
The Inaugural International Outdoor Recreation Camp was held at the Calvert Trust Lake District (UK) in September 2019. The camp was open to adults aged 18+ with Cerebral Palsy and related conditions. The week was throughly enjoyed by all and included high ropes courses, canoeing, cycling and sailing. It was wonderful to see personal boundaries being pushed, everyone supporting each other and new friendships being made!
Read Hannah’s account of the week at
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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.
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