Make A Difference In The Lives Of Those With Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy is an umbrella term for a group of disorders that affects a person’s ability to move. It is a life-long physical disability due to injury to the developing brain. There is no single cause of the condition and it can be the result of a combination of events that happened within the pregnancy period or shortly after birth. Motor disability can range from minimal to severe, and people affected are likely to have other impairments.

Unfortunately, there is no cure.

Cerebral Palsy

In Australia alone, there are approximately 34,000 people with Cerebral Palsy, and every 15 hours, an Australian child is born with the condition. For most parents, it is understandably a daunting time when they receive a diagnosis for their child. They worry about their child’s quality of life and hope that they will have support so they can provide their child with the best care.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance

The Cerebral Palsy Alliance is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing support to people living with the condition and support for their carers. 

Some of their services include:

  • Conducting break-through research that sheds more light on the condition
  • Facilitating intensive therapies to accelerate improvement in gross motor skills
  • Creating social programs that encourage people with the disability to be part of the community
  • The organisation also provides support to those with other neurological conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy.

You can help them continue their incredible work.

Every ticket purchased for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance raffle goes to funding these much-needed services. It ensures that people with Cerebral Palsy and their families can reach their goals and live happy and fulfilling lives.

Plus, when you enter, you get the chance to win either $20,000 worth of travel vouchers or a $20,000 cash prize!

Feel great knowing that you are making a huge difference in the lives of children and adults with Cerebral Palsy. Support the Cerebral Palsy Alliance here.

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