National cerebral palsy research project by Australian Catholic University

The Australian Catholic University is looking for parents and carers of children aged between three months and 12 years that live with cerebral palsy to complete a survey to help their research into the best way to measure how they use their vision. The survey takes about 40 minutes. Further information can be accessed here: https://rdcap.acu.edu.au/surveys/?s=D9XC9KXXJ8

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CRE-CP Symposium: Making a Difference, 4-5 April (Mel)

Together with the Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AusACPDM), the CRE-CP is pleased to announce its 3rd Symposium titled ‘Making a Difference’. When: 4-5 April 2019 Where: Arts Centre Melbourne Day 1 of this two-day event will feature a series of short workshops with practical applications for health professionals and a special […]

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Flinders University Disability & Community Inclusion Research Monday, 3 Sept.

Guest speaker, David Hobbs will talk about “Using Design, Technology and Serious Games to Improve Hand Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy”. David has bachelor degrees in Physics (1992-1994) and Biomedical Engineering (1996-2000), with First Class Honours, from Flinders University. He has extensive experience as a Rehabilitation Engineer in the field of disability, rehabilitation engineering […]

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