Since 2005, the CP community has increased its focus on the need for federally funded cerebral palsy research. Our community has come together to request answers to so many basic questions about this critical public health issue and the most common lifelong motor disability, that has not been a federal research priority.
Recommended ReadingOn Thursday, March 24th, 2022, the Cerebral Palsy Foundation hosted the first ever Cerebral Palsy Congressional Briefing with a panel of physicians, patient and self advocates.
Get the FactsThe bipartisan, Cerebral Palsy Research Act, is introduced by Congressman Steve Cohen of Tennessee. Read more here:
Recommended ReadingMarch is National Cerebral Palsy Month in the United States and is an opportunity to highlight the history of cerebral palsy advocacy - where we’ve been, where we are currently, and the opportunities...
Cerebral palsy is one of the most common of all diagnosed childhood disabilities, and nearly 10,000 babies born each year will develop CP, yet, there is currently no designated federal funding for CP research