The CRE-CP is a five year project funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council that aims to improve the health and well-being of all people affected by cerebral palsy and their families. Leading researchers, clinicians and allied health professionals are joining forces with parents, carers and persons with cerebral palsy in a concerted effort to bring about change in the management and treatment of cerebral palsy.

Dinah Reddihough awarded Howard Williams Medal

Dinah was awarded the Howard Williams Medal by the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) on Wednesday 18th May in recognition of her long and distinguished career in developmental medicine.

19 May 2016

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Seminar: Supporting the mental health of parents: Opportunities for Intervention

This seminar will showcase new research in the CRE-CP focusing on the mental health care needs of parents of children with a disability and innovative practices to support parental mental health.

11 May 2016

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Research survey: bike skills training

Occupational therapists and physiotherapists working in Australia who have experience working with children with cerebral palsy are being invited to participate in a new research study, exploring standard practice in terms of training bike skills in children with cerebral palsy.

10 May 2016

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Podcast: Igniting Fitness Possibilities

Episode 4 of the CRE-CP podcast now available; Igniting Fitness Possibilities for children of all abilities by A/Prof Virginia Wright.

10 May 2016

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Project update: Dyskinesia Research Group

The Dyskinesia Research Group has a vision that every child with cerebral palsy and dyskinesia and their family receives the best management, regardless of their circumstances. Read about the ongoing work here.

6 May 2016

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