The Cerebral Palsy Support Network (CPSN) is a not-for-profit organisation providing information and support services to people living with Cerebral Palsy and their families. They help empower individuals to lead more independent lives and provide support in a variety of ways to their families.

Together with the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, CPSN presented CP FACTS – a half-day event designed to provide credible information related to cerebral palsy through a number of presentations, seminars, exhibitions and stands on the 18th of March 2017.

Radio Monash is honoured to provide support and opportunity to such a worthwhile and important event by producing the following series of podcasts broadening the accessibility of information and support to those people and families affected by Cerebral Palsy that either could not attend the event or would like to relive a number of the day’s presentations.

To find out more about the CPSN and their work you can follow the following links to their website and Facebook page.

To inquire as to how to get your event or seminar podcaster by Radio Monash, please email marketing@radiomonash.net

The following podcast is a recording of the day’s first keynote address by Professor Christine Imms on the topic of enhancing participation.

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The following podcast is a recording of the day’s second presentation by the CEO of Disability Sport and Recreation Richard Amon, where Richard discusses how Sport and Recreation can help your child get active.

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The following podcast is a recording of the day’s third presentation by Parent Louise Robbins and CPSN Senior Support Coordinator Letisha Watson on Creating opportunities within your child’s community.

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The following podcast is a recording of the day’s fourth presentation by Parent Georgie Osborne on selecting and partnering with the right school for your child.

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The following podcast is a recording of the day’s fourth presentation by Principal of Mount View High School Desley Pfeffer on selecting and partnering with the right school for your child.

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The following podcast is a recording of the day’s final keynote address by Professor Dinah Reddihough delivering an update on research into Cerebral Palsy.

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// Produced by Anthony Crabb and Connor Johnston for Radio Monash. 

 

 

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