Throughout March 2021, we'll be hosting a range of events to celebrate Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month.

These virtual events will include webinars and support sessions to educate and empower people with Cerebral Palsy, their families and those of you who simply wish to learn more about it. 

Remember to join in the conversation throughout the month by using the hashtag #letstalkcerebralpalsy!

Take a look at our programme of events throughout March. To book your ticket for any of these events, simply click on it's name and you'll be taken to eventbrite to complete your order! 

Clinical Negligence with Lime Solicitors 

4th March 2021 - 12pm

CV Writing with Purple CV

9th March 2021 - 12pm

Legal talk with Irwin Mitchell - Supporting you and your child: medical law and education rights

24th March 2021 - 2pm

Eye Gaze Technology with Think Smart Box 

12th March 2021 - 12pm

Movement & CP - Getting going again (children and adult session)

16th March - 10am

Early Years Communication

22nd March 2021 - 9.30am

March Adult Meet Up

24th March 2021 - 11.30am

Let's Talk Cerebral Palsy - The Big Event!

26th March 2021 evening

BoBaby

Every Wednesday throughout March - 10am

20 miles in March for CP

Throughout the month we're encouraging members of the public to get moving and do ‘Twenty Miles This March’ to help the us raise awareness of Cerebral Palsy and raise important funds to keep providing much-needed support to our community.

Anyone can take part at any point throughout the month. 20 miles of running, cycling, walking or pushing is your challenge for the month, but this can really be tailored to suit you. You have the whole month to complete it and you can share your progress with us via social media using our frame and track your distance with our nifty mile tracker which willbe provided to you during sign up!

To set up your donation or to find out more please email emma.darlington@bobath.org.uk

We're running in partnership with our friends at Cerebral Palsy Sport for 'Twenty Miles This March' and you can find out more about their own journey here!

 #LetsTalkCP #CPAwarenessMonth