We assist journalists from across Australia and overseas seeking the latest information and updates about ground breaking research into cerebral palsy prevention, cure and intervention.

This includes providing progress reports on Australian and global research projects; disseminating information about public health and prevention campaigns; promoting research studies seeking participants; as well as providing updates and content relating to fundraising activities vital to supporting ongoing research projects (eg Steptember campaign and Grace Gala).

Our aim is to keep journalists and the media fully informed about cerebral palsy research developments across the globe, including research projects funded by the Research Foundation of Cerebral Palsy Alliance and those awaiting vital funding to proceed.

We also provide media with:

  • Case studies involving children, families and adults living with cerebral palsy
  • Interview talent for specific research-related stories (including researchers, people living with cerebral palsy, and corporate partners)
  • Comment and statements about cerebral palsy, its impact on the Australian population and economy, and the vital role of research in shaping future impacts
  • Current facts and figures about cerebral palsy both within Australia and internationally
  • Information about how to support the Research Foundation to ensure continuation of vital research projects

Australia’s first clinical trial of stem cell infusion from cord blood as a possible treatment for cerebral palsy (CP) is commencing in Melbourne. The safety trial, led by the Murdoch more

It is a gift of monumental proportions which looks set to change the future for children with a disability and critical illness.

Australian philanthropist Len Ainsworth has pledged to donate more

“If Id had a stroke, I wouldn’t be happy waiting two years for a diagnosis and treatment, by which time the damage would have become permanent” says Professor Nadia Badawi, more

Professor Nadia Badawi, the Macquarie Group Foundation Chair of Cerebral Palsy and the woman inspiring world researchers to work collaboratively in their efforts to find cerebral palsy prevention and cure, more

Australia’s top cerebral palsy experts will lead discussions at the second Cerebral Palsy Prevention and Cure Summit, hosted at the National Institute of Health by IMPACT for CP (the International more

An expert panel of clinicians and scientists will tonight urge families to exercise caution if considering embarking on unproven stem cell treatments overseas for their children with cerebral palsy – more

Results of the WISH Study (Working to Improve Survival and Health for babies born very preterm) are to be revealed at the Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand 17th more

Leading obstetric and neonatal specialists are calling on Australian hospitals to implement groundbreaking new guidelines that have the potential to save the lives of, or minimise cerebral palsy risks in, more

Next week, October 18-19, a global meeting in San Francisco, funded by an Australian philanthropist will bring together 25 of the top cerebral palsy researchers in the world to find more