Useful web links in Spastic Diplegia–Bilateral Cerebral Palsy. It includes approximately one hundred useful online resources from the book.

Tommy Collison’s book is about living with CP. Tommy wrote it towards the end of high school.

Cerebral Palsy Foundation’s CP Resource  is a comprehensive information resource for CP across the lifespan. 

An excellent systematic review by Novak et al. (2020) of treatments for preventing and treating children with CP.

MyCP, part of the Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN), is currently looking for adults with CP to participate in an online survey. My son, Tommy, has completed the survey–I would encourage others to do so also.

CanChild–Family Engagement in Research Certificate of Completion Program is for researchers (graduate students, research coordinators, investigators, clinician-researchers etc) and families (parents, siblings, grandparents) who have an interest in child neurodevelopmental research.

World Cerebral Palsy Day is a social movement and a day to celebrate the lives of the 17 million people living with CP. The project was launched in 2012 by Cerebral Palsy Alliance (Australia) and United Cerebral Palsy  (USA). They publish some excellent posters.

The CP Collaborative is a diverse and volunteer network of existing cerebral palsy related organizations who represent: individuals with CP, their families, caregivers, researchers, physicians and therapists.

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