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Teens and young adults up to the age of 25 can learn to increase their independent living skills with two camps organised for the 2018 April School holidays.

Cea Ross was quick to ask for help when her second-born child, Eadie, wasn’t able to sit up by herself at 10 months of age.

Banjo Brown loves the bright red wheels on her brand-new manual wheelchair because “red wheels go fast”.

If you love films you’re going to love the work of the Fast Princess group of emerging video and theatre artists who are learning what it’s like to be behind and in front of the camera.

Susan Williams recently moved funding for her son who has cerebral palsy from Better Start to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Here she shares the lessons she learnt along the way.

You are probably aware that everyone needs to engage in regular exercise to ensure their health and wellbeing but did you know you will get so much more out of your exercise program if it is designed by exercise experts?

To help you make the most of National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) funding, here’s a guide on how to match goals with NDIS categories.

What a great weekend it was for 26 youngsters who attended the Cerebral Palsy Alliance March 2018 Football Camp. If you have a child who would benefit from being active, you can book them into the Autumn Sport program that starts on 30 April.

Ben Norton’s entry into the world was dramatic and traumatic. Born 10-weeks premature, he suffered two brain hemorrhages and other complications. Health professionals told Ben's parents his chances of walking and talking were slim.