Who we are
The Cerebral Palsy Support Network (CPSN) is a not-for-profit organisation providing information and support services to people living with cerebral palsy and their families. We help empower individuals to lead more independent lives and provide support in a variety of ways to their families.
The CPSN office is based in Melbourne, Australia and offers people a number of programs and services throughout Victoria.
At the Cerebral Palsy Support Network, the focus is on our members and in providing the best possible service for every person. Each person is unique and our members are no different. We assess and address the needs of all of our members individually.
Our vision is that we are known leaders empowering people with cerebral palsy and their networks to flourish through the provision of support, resources and services. We are highly adaptable and responsive to changing needs.
Our mission is to empower and enable people with cerebral palsy and their networks to maximise their choices and opportunities.
As a registered charity, the CPSN is dependent upon your goodwill in raising much-needed funds to maintain our services, and to continue making a difference in our members’ lives.
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What we do
The Cerebral Palsy Support Network provides a vital link to information and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families across Melbourne and Victoria.
Our membership services extend across 63 local government areas throughout Victoria, rural and metropolitan regions.
At the Cerebral Palsy Support Network, we don’t just provide essential support services. We help to empower people with cerebral palsy to make their own choices and live the life they want to.
Our ongoing objective is to promote acceptance and equality for all people living with cerebral palsy, leading to enriched lives for all. The CPSN is continually striving to change attitudes towards cerebral palsy through awareness campaigns within the wider community. We do this by promoting events such as CP Awareness Week and World CP Day.
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