Frame Running Ringwood: Come & Try Training Series
Exciting news, the Come and Try Frame Running Training Series is back! Hosted by Racerunning Australia on Fridays.
Webinar on advances in augmentative and alternative communication
The use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), is growing in popularity but still feels like a misunderstood and under utilised resource in the disability community.
CPSN Webinar: Therapy Assistants with Ally Assist
CPSN sits down with Sam and Nikita, the Co-Founders of Ally Assist, to talk about the benefits of using Therapy Assistants and how they are changing the game for NDIS participants who are tired of long waitlists for a Speech pathologist, Occupational Therapist or Physiotherapist.
Ask Amy Webinar: Neurophysiotherapy and cerebral palsy management
Have you tried #neurophysiotherapy yet? Or interested in patient-centred care? Stay tuned for this month’s Ask Amy Webinar, as CPSN’s Telehealth nurse will be joined by two special guests to talk about neurophysiotherapy in relation to children and adults with cerebral palsy.
Ask Amy Webinar: Early diagnosis and intervention
We are so excited to host a webinar on early diagnosis and intervention this month as part of our Ask Amy series. Amy is our Telehealth nurse with over 16 years of experience in public health care, and also a mum to twin sons both diagnosed with CP at 18 months of age. For this webinar, she will be joined by guest speaker Lynda.
Brains Trust session on CPSN's Telehealth service
Are you interested to improve how adults with cerebral palsy access #Telehealth services? Our Tribal Wisdom Project is hosting a Brains Trust session on CPSN's Telehealth service with our nurse, Amy.
Cuppa Chats for Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy in 2023
Cuppa Chats for parents is a great chance to stay connected online and meet new people going through similar parenting issues. Grab a cup of coffee, tea, soft drink, beer, or maybe a glass of wine… and start connecting in a meaningful way.
Cuppa Chats for Parents
We know that support groups are a great resource to use and this is why at CPSN, we have launched Cuppa Chats. Cuppa Chats has been a success for our adults with cerebral palsy, so we wanted to start hosting sessions for our parents of children with cerebral palsy, to connect with each other.