The first few years of parenting a child with cerebral palsy can be the most challenging, frightening and lonely. As a provider of services, resources and support for parents and families impacted by cerebral plays, we are here to help. The CPABC started in 1954 with a group of parents wanting to assist their children living with cerebral palsy to reach their maximum potential, and we have the same goals today: To help strengthen our community of families, and to develop the best services and supports to ease the burden and stress that can be associated with caring for a child living with cerebral palsy.
Our view is that parents know best what is needed. We are looking for input from families like yours on how best we can provide support. Any thoughts you might have would be most appreciated! If you know of families who have a child living with CP, please reach out to them to solicit some ideas about how we can get them involved and how we can serve them better. We are also looking for input about how we can best reach other parents and families. Please share this announcement with other parents, and contact Feri at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions for outreach and services.