FOR CEREBRAL PALSY
PARTNERING ACROSS THE COUNTRY
Caregivers provide various essential services, including medical support and personal care. A caregiver’s day can be long and demanding, requiring dedication and compassion. This national day of appreciation is also the time to give thanks to family caregivers, who often don’t get paid for their services. If you have a family member who cares for someone you love, National Caregivers Day is about them, too.
On National Caregivers Day this year, and for years to come, make sure you’re prepared to pay respect to the caregivers in your life.
OUR PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONS
WHO WE ARE
Provincial Cerebral Palsy Associations, researchers and committed stakeholders are partnering to enhance the health and well-being of children, youth and adults with cerebral palsy and their families.
The CP Canada Network aims to inform and empower families by providing accessible, credible information on new research discoveries, educational opportunities, provincial services and programs and personal success stories.
Information that is relevant specifically to individuals with cerebral palsy will be continuously updated, so as to optimize awareness and understanding of the condition and facilitate access to the best services and supports.
The CP Canada Network/Partnership works collaboratively to optimize the autonomy, health and participation of children, youth and adults with cerebral palsy as inclusive and productive members of Canadian society.