Cerebral Palsy Sport and CP Teens UK have announced a new partnership to get more people with cerebral palsy and physical disabilities into sport and physical activity. In doing so we also helping to tackle the issue of social isolation that can often be experienced by people with cerebral palsy and to educate people that those with cerebral palsy can still play & participate and enjoy sport.
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the country’s leading National Disability Sports Charity supporting people with cerebral palsy to reach their sporting potential. Our vision is to support people with cerebral palsy to reach their life potential through sport and active recreation.
CP Teens UK aims to provide connections & friendships for teenagers & young people with Cerebral Palsy as well as provide help, support & advice for teenagers & young people with cerebral palsy, and their families.
Ali Talbot, CEO of Cerebral Palsy Sport said “We are extremely delighted that Cerebral Palsy Sport have developed another unique partnership with our work with CP Teens UK. We have seen first-hand through Ellie’s story how the work of our charity can make such an impact on the lives of young people with cerebral palsy and getting them into sport. We look forward to working with CP Teens UK to develop more opportunities for people with cerebral palsy to take up sport and have fun”.
Ellie Simpson, founder of CP Teens UK, said “I am absolutely delighted that CP Teens UK has formed a partnership with CP Sport. On a personal level, CP Sport is an organisation that has helped and supported me massively and it is extremely close to my heart. I am so excited for this partnership going forward and to ultimately get more people like myself into sport at whatever level they choose.”
Cerebral Palsy Sport is the largest national disability sports organisation supporting people with cerebral palsy reach their sporting potential. Our vision is that everyone with physical disabilities are able to access a sport(s) of their choice. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of people with physical impairments through the provision of appropriate sport and recreational activities.
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