About Us


CPSAR provides and promotes opportunities for recreational sport and activity, develops grassroots adaptive sport and provides platforms for regional and international competitive and elite sport.

A new initiative to provide a professional development and learning experience for individuals with Cerebral Palsy to increase work experience and employment opportunities, and deliver sport for change outcomes in personal and social development.


Enhance understanding of the benefits of participation to assist health professionals, sport bodies, etc. to further encourage recreation and sport development. To benefit individual sports through improved techniques, training, sports equipment and impairment classification.


Awareness and training for athletes, coaches, officials and member staff. Opportunities for communication, networking and information sharing between sport professionals, officials, members of the community and athletes.

What is cerebral palsy ?

Cerebral Palsy (CP) describes a group of conditions characterised by a permanent (but not unchanging) physical disability that affects movement. It is a neurological impairment caused by a brain injury before, during or shortly after birth. There are four main types of CP depending on the area of brain affected; spastic, dyskinetic, ataxic and mixed. Spastic CP can be further categorised by the part of the body it affects; monoplegia, hemiplegia, diplegia and quadriplegia. CPISRA supports people with CP and related neurological conditions. When referring to CP in this brochure we are including those with related neurological conditions.

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