Ever since she was old enough to understand adult topics, Martina Wonderley has negotiated the health and social welfare systems on behalf of her older brothers who live with significant disabilities.

From a fitness warrior program to dance classes, from overnight camps to fun sports days,  Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) has great sessions to ensure your youngster enjoys the July school holidays. Here’s a brief overview:

Children in NSW with a disability and developmental delay will benefit from an investment of more than $136 million in targeted services through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

If you have a child or teen who could benefit from some exercise and want to make new friends, enrol them in a sports camp designed for youngsters who walk with the use of a mobility aid (GMFC3 class of mobility for children with CP).

If you are among the thousands of people who have been waiting for the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to review your plan, you will be heartened by its response to a recent report by the Commonwealth Ombudsman.

Solving problems, recognising how much their parents do for them, increasing cooking skills and resolving to get out of bed on time are some of the outcomes for seven young adults who attended the Survivor 18+ camp.