P3M Symposium: Participation Motives, Measures and Methods 14-16 March 2017
Read moreProf. Christine Imms and Prof. Peter Wilson, Directors of the Centre for Disability and Development Research (CeDDR), are delighted to host an international research symposium on participation of people with childhood-onset disabilities, in collaboration with the CRE-CP. P3M aims to bring together scholars and practitioners with an interest in the area of childhood disability and participation.
Dyskinetic cerebral palsy; current evidence and future directions 16 March 2017
Read moreA one day symposium outlining current knowledge about dyskinesia and shaping the direction of future research. The program includes identification, classification and management of dyskinesia, outcome measures, the neurology of dyskinesia and more! .
CRE-CP Symposium: the early cerebral palsy journey. 17 March 2017
Read more A one day symposium focusing on the early cerebral palsy journey. The program includes early intervention, the genetics and mimics of cerebral palsy, implications for cognitive and executive function outcomes, new ideas for parenting, the NDIA perspective and exciting new Apps in the field. 
CP FACTS 2017. 18 March 2017

Read moreThe CRE-CP, together with the Cerebral Palsy Support Network is once again delivering CP FACTS; a family event designed to provide credible information related to cerebral palsy for children and adults with cerebral palsy and their families. The half day event will provide seminars from a range of speakers and exhibits from various service and support providers, and fun activities for all abilities to try.

Seminars
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The CRE-CP Education Program includes a range of seminars and webinars on various topics related to cerebral palsy, providing up to date information for parents and carers, researchers, health professionals and anyone involved in the management or care of cerebral palsy. 

Podcasts
Read moreMost of the Educational seminars are recorded and made available as audio podcasts. Podcasts are released on a regular basis and cover topics that are related to cerebral palsy, as well as practical advice for researchers to help progress their career.