Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a mobility and posture disorder that affects people of all ages. It is a life-long condition that does not often deteriorate over time.

CP is caused by a brain damage that occurs during pregnancy or shortly after delivery. Palsy refers to a loss of muscular control. Cerebral means "of the brain." It's an umbrella word for a collection of diseases that impact a person's capacity to move.


Specialised Staff


Dr Stephen Strange

Stephen is an expert in his field when it comes to CP. Through years of lived experience with participants, he delivers unrivalled care.

Sylvie Wakanda

Sylvie is one of two of our Support Workers specialising in CP. After attaining her Certificate IV in Disability, she went on to develop immaculate interpersonal skills to help her interact with particiapnts

Jane Smith

Jane has been with us since day one and is the backbone of our care system. Hosting all of our individual and group therapy sessions.


We can provide help seven days a week or simply for a few hours, depending on your needs. We'll match you with someone you trust and feel secure with, whether it's a companion for social, recreational, or sports events, home help to manage bills or buy groceries, or personal care support.

Individual therapy, group therapy, and intense seminars are all options. Our staff will collaborate with you to identify the best therapy for a specific person's needs.

Our knowledgeable Life Skills Coaches are here to help you every step of the way. They're pros at putting together new experiences and chances for you to meet new people, acquire new skills, and, most importantly, grow your independence.


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