Alstonville Steps Up for CP

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Steptember - a mum wearing sunglasses stands behind her son in a wheelchair
 
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Our Alstonville therapy team and families were able to add several steps to their Steptember pedometres by taking part in a local parade celebrating the town’s 150th anniversary. Organised by the local Lions club, the parade was attended by participants representing local businesses, not-for-profit groups schools, community groups, businesses and local agencies.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Alstonville Team Leader, Emily Wailes said the parade was a great opportunity for the therapy team to show the organisation’s gratitute to the Lions Club. “It was great to share in this community-spirited event, and show our support for Lions who have so generously funded equipment for many of our clients.”

A huge thanks to our Alstonville team (Sarah Tracey, Natalie Goodwin, OT and Emily Wailes) and families including Kyle Sculley (pictured above with mum, Karen) for representing Cerebral Palsy Alliance on the day.

One year ago Community Families Steptember