The Cerebral Palsy Society’s Mission

‘To enhance the lives of people with Cerebral Palsy in New Zealand’

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Poetry at Meow

The Cerebral Palsy Society are running youth events throughout the country to hear from young people about what they want from them as an organisation.
4:28 PM, 29 June 2016 |

CP Society Youth Events

CP Society Youth week events are being held in the following areas:-

Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch.


  • Fairy, and Pirates party- Thursday 21 st July 2016


  • The first event on Saturday 28 th May 10:30am - 3pm will be a free train trip to see the Kapiti Coast with a free feed in Paraparaumu.
  • On Monday 6 th June (Public Holiday) 10am we will celebrate Matariki together at Carter’s Observatory
  • On Wednesday 6 th July 7:30pm we will be inspired by Spoken Word Poetry at Meow (18+ venue)

Contact people- Chloe- - Felicia-

There are costs involved for people other than members


Click Here : to download the list of events which are run in conjunction with PHAB

For members that fit this demographic for whom we have your Date of Birth, we will email invitations direct to you, as more information becomes available.

6:40 PM, 26 May 2016 |

Auckland Coffee Clubs

The May dates for the Auckland Coffee Clubs are now out

Click Here: to view the May dates

Please just turn up to any of the Coffee groups if you are interested. We look forward to seeing you

12:51 PM, 2 May 2016 |

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Is Your Home Seizure-Proof?

Phylis Johnson is a professional copywriter and also lives with epilepsy for decades. In her article below she advocates for a better, safer, home environment.

How many of us have had accidents while having seizures at home? (I almost drowned in the shower because of the way the shower door was constructed.)

10:19 AM, 23 June 2016 |

Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Week kicked off Monday!

Men’s Health Week is kicked off this week to encourage New Zealand men to proactively take charge and improve their health and wellbeing.

10:39 AM, 15 June 2016 |

Parafed Auckland: 50 Years Old

Parafed Auckland – Disability Sport, New Zealand’s oldest and largest disability sport organisation is turning 50 years old in 2016. Starting as the Auckland Paraplegic and Physically Disabled Association in 1966, our goal was to foster games, sports and recreation for paraplegics and the disabled, as well as to cater for their general welfare.
6:42 PM, 8 June 2016 |


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May Issue 2016

In this May issue we learn how you could win lots of great prizes, including a trip for one lucky Steptember team to Sydney. Also there is an interesting article about a brand new ‘one-stop’ shop accessible travel resource website called Oyster Accessible Travel NZ on page 8.…… as well other interesting stories from our members.

Click Here: to read and download the May 2016 issue of the Review.

6:13 PM, 8 June 2016 |