Delivery and Development Partners

Cerebral Palsy Sport  have a number of formal partnerships with third sector and sports organisations.

These partnerships are crucial to allow us to promote the work that we do across a range of audiences. These partners also provide specialist advice and support to people with cerebral palsy.

APCP – (Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists)  – APCP is one of the CSP’s largest Professional Networks and continues to thrive with a membership of approximately 2,200 paediatric physiotherapists from across the UK plus a growing number of overseas members. The original aims and objectives remain and continue to be actively pursued with the Association’s profile and achievements growing year-on-year as evidenced by its increasing membership, the popularity of Annual Conference and other training events, and the increased professionalism of its Journal and other publications.

CP Teens UK – is a non-profit organisation helping teenagers & young people with Cerebral Palsy and similar disabilities. The orgnisation was founded by Ellie Simpson.

Quest 88 –  is a forward thinking company and, through its designs, aims to challenge public stereotypes about assistive technologies. This is achieved by supplying functional, adaptable products which are simple to adjust and pleasing on the eye. They are a national company and offer assessments and demonstrations of their Therapy products across the UK via their own product specialists, either at home, school, child development units or activity centres. Quest 88 manufacture and supply cycles for cycling schemes and initiatives, supporting come and try days nationwide for prospective customers.

Floatsation – has been developed by Martin Mansell, Paralympic Swimmer and winner of 3 Golds, 4 Silvers and 2 Bronze medals at 2 Paralympic games.  The swimming aids brings the benefits of enjoying the water to disabled youngsters and adults.To find out more information and check out all Floatsation® products visit http://www.floatsation.com