We have partnered with researchers to bring you more in depth information about their recruiting studies and, in some cases, the Cerebral Palsy Foundation has been part of the research development and design process to ensure that the needs and goals of potential participants have been taken into consideration.
Scroll down below to learn more by age range.
Researchers are looking for babies with motor delays and their families to participate in an NIH funded research project to evaluate possible benefits of two interventions for babies targeting sitting and reaching. Does your child qualify? Find out now!
New multi-center study now recruiting infants and toddlers to help develop arm and hand function.
Researchers at UCLA are recruiting infants and toddlers to participate in research studying leg movements.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are studying the motor skills and brain development of infants who are at high-risk for Cerebral Palsy (CP). Results may assist with better treatment methods for CP.
The following studies were conducted in partnership with CPF and have recently completed recruitment and interventions. Stay tuned for the results of these exciting studies.