What really matters to young people living with cerebral palsy?

What really matters to young people living with cerebral palsy?
Posted on 8 months ago

Are you a young person with cerebral palsy aged 11 to 17 years? If so, you may be interested in this study!

Researchers are looking for participants to take part in a study looking at: What really matters to young people with cerebral palsy?

To take part you will have to complete an online survey which will take about 20-25 minutes.

As a thank you for your time, you will receive a $40 gift voucher.

Both you and your parent/guardian will be required to give consent before starting the survey.

Your personal information will be treated in complete confidence.

Contact the Quality of Life in adolescents with cerebral palsy project:

Phone: (08) 8302 0228 or email mpucc001@mymail.unisa.edu.au

Thanks to everyone who gave generously during our March fundraising appeal because the wait is over! Kareena’s wheelchair was finally delivered, and in her favourite colour, bright pink!


The Federal Minister for Health, Greg Hunt, announced $2 million in funding for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation (CPARF).