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Michael Stanton and his mother, Suzanne.
 
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When Suzanne and Scott Stanton heard about the PEERS program for young adults who have autism they supported their son to enrol.

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Young people who have autism can develop social skills with the empowering PEERS program. Kirsten Quinn, Coordinator Youth Projects, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, explains why this program is life changing. 

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Announcement: New providers announced for the transfer of supported accommodation and respite services, Department of Family and Community Services media release.

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Cerebral Palsy Alliance chairman Paul Masi, the honourable Ray Williams, MP Minister for Multiculturalism, and Minister for Disability Services, with Cerebral Palsy Alliance CEO Rob White, at a desk signing paperwork.
 
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Cerebral Palsy Alliance is pleased to announce they have been selected by the NSW Department of Family and Community Services as the service provider for Accommodation and Respite Services in the North Sydney and Northern Beaches regions.

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Managing your funds and payments is a big part of the NDIS. We have the information you need about the options available for managing funds. You can always give us a call too. 

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Johanna Garvin and Emily Dash on the red carpet for their film the Milky Pop Kid at the Sydney Film Festival. Both have cerebral palsy and are in wheelchairs.
 
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At the recent Sydney Film Festival, Johanna Garvin and Emily Dash were part of the team behind the short film The Milky Pop kid.

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A physiotherapist is guiding a young girl as she walks between two guiding bars.
 
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We speak with Prue Golland about the new intensive super learning program HABIT-ILE. Based on the latest in neuroplasticity and motor learning principles, we are running our first holiday program to help your child maximise their potential. Read more on our blog. 

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We’re excited to announce that we’re now running our Conductive Education program at both our Allambie and Ryde sites during Term 3.

Places are limited – enrol today to secure your position.

 

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On Monday 19 June, we are hosting an information session to support parents and carers of children aged 0-6 years make the most of early childhood intervention services.