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Cerebral Palsy Support Groups

Support groups fill an important role in the lives of both an individual with cerebral palsy and their families. Many people find that sharing experiences with others in the comfort of an organized group to be especially important as they tackle issues unique to cerebral palsy. Below is an assemblage of cerebral palsy support groups that provide both in-person meetings as well as on-line support.

Parents of Severely Disabled Kids

This is a support group for parents and family members of children and adult children who are severely/profoundly disabled with Cerebral Palsy, Brain Injury, etc.
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CP Parent Columbus

CP Parent Columbus exists to bring individuals and families living with Cerebral Palsy together to share information and resources, personal experiences, advice and support.
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KidPower

A support and information list for families whose children are mildly affected by cerebral palsy and/or other disabilities.
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Parents of Disabled Children Forum

Parents of Disabled Children brings families together for friendship, to share information and to support one another.
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CP Parent

CPParent.com was created in an effort to provide a place for parents to connect with each other, and share messages and information about Cerebral Palsy.
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Easter Seals Peoria & Bloomington-Normal & Decatur – Cerebral Palsy Services

Perfect Wings is a parent support group at the Bloomington Center. Perfect Wings meets once a calendar month for social opportunities.
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United Cerebral Palsy/Community Living and Support Services (UCP/CLASS)

UCP/CLASS is a nonprofit organization that offers different services to individuals of varying abilities. Previously known as UCP of Pittsburgh, UCP/CLASS is growing into new regions, and expanding its services.
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The Cerebral Palsy Center of Knoxville, Tennessee

We are a non-profit organization chartered in the state of Tennessee to serve the Greater Knoxville area. Our services are designed to assist individuals with cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities to live meaningful lives as fully participating members of the community.
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The Centre for Cerebral Palsy

The Centre for Cerebral Palsy is a charity, providing services and support to more than 1000 people living with cerebral palsy and their families throughout Western Australia.
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Cerebral Palsy Support Network

The CPSN is a Victoria, Australia-based organisation dedicated to provide information, resources and support services to children and adults with Cerebral Palsy and their families.
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Enable Ireland

Enable Ireland provides free services to children and adults with disabilities and their families from 40 locations in 14 counties.
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Wake County Cerebral Palsy Support Group

Our group is a great place to come if, like the rest of us, you find yourself going down a path you never thought you would and are coming to terms with how hard that can be. For those of you new to Wake County, or realize you need a support mechanism, or if you just want to find a parent who has been there, done that- we’re the group for you.
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UCP – United Cerebral Palsy

United Cerebral Palsy educates, advocates and provides support services to ensure a life without limits for people with a spectrum of disabilities.
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Experience Project – I Have Cerebral Palsy

Read true personal stories, chat & get advice, support and help from a group of 139 people who all say 'I Have Cerebral Palsy'.
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CP Talk – A Cerebral Palsy Forum

"CPTalk is not going to fix things, but I hope it will help cope with things, help sort things, give some bits of advice and a lot of support."
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Cerebral Palsy Forum

Online forum.
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HealthBoards Cerebral Palsy Message Board

Online forum.
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MedHelp Cerebral Palsy Community

Online forum.
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Topix Cerebral Palsy Forum

Online forum.
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MD Junction Cerebral Palsy Support Group

A community of patients, family members and friends dedicated to dealing with Cerebral Palsy, together.
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Cerebral Palsy Forum

A health community featuring member and doctor discussions ranging from a specific symptom to related conditions, treatment options, medication, side effects, diet, and emotional issues surrounding medical conditions.

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SupportGroups.com – Cerebral Palsy

Online forum.
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Inspire Cerebral Palsy Support Group

Inspire connects patients, families, friends and caregivers for support and inspiration.
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FNQ Cerebral Palsy Support Group Inc.

We are a charitable organisation started by a small group of passionate parents of children with cerebral palsy in hopes of improving the services and opportunities available to families affected by cerebral palsy and living in Cairns and Far North Queensland.
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Hemi-Kids

Hemi-Kids is an email discussion group where parents of infants and children who have mild to moderate hemiplegia or hemiplegic cerebral palsy share information.
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UCP of Rhode Island

UCP Rhode Island has been supporting adults and children with disabilities living in Rhode Island since 1954. We offer programs that focus on abilities and individual strengths promoting inclusion in the community.
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Now I Can Foundation

Our mission at Now I Can is to help children with disabilities reach their full potential and greatest independence through traditional physical therapy, intensive suit therapy, and feeding therapy.
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UCP Land of Lincoln

UCP Land of Lincoln provides comprehensive services to over 1,000 infants, children and adults with disabilities in 27 counties in Central Illinois.
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Daily Strength Cerebral Palsy Support Group

Online support group.
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Cerebral Palsy League

The Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) is a non-profit organisation that provides vital support and services to over 5,000 children and adults with cerebral palsy and related physical disabilities because we believe everybody has the same right to a fulfilling life.
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UCP of Greater Cleveland

UCP of Greater Cleveland provides a continuum of care to individuals with disabilities; from early intervention for infants and children’s therapy to lifelong adult residential and vocational supports.
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Living with Cerebral Palsy

To provide help, advice and resources to disabled people and their families.

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Cerebral Palsy Connection

CPC exists to allow those with CP to communicate with each other.
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Upstate Cerebral Palsy

Upstate Cerebral Palsy offers family support services to community residents and is committed to helping families access the programs and supports needed to care for their loved ones. The family support programs include case management, home-based behavior management, voucher respite and support groups.
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Cerebral Palsy Network Newham CPNN

We are a group of Parents/Carers of children with special needs from various ethnic background and who understand what other parents feel.
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K12 Academics Cerebral Palsy Community

Cerebral palsy is a group of permanent disorders associated with developmental brain injuries that occur during fetal development, birth, or shortly after birth.
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Cerebral Palsy – Karachi Pakistan

A support group for cerebral palsy patients, their parents, relatives and friends and for professionals involved in their care.
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Therasuit – HBOT

Forum for discussion about the use of intensive Therapies and Hyperbaric oxygen therapies.Experiences, advise, ideas exchange.
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Cerebral Palsy Sports

If you have CP , no matter what your ability you can be an athlete. Join the club and find out how.
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ForDavin

Family and friends make all the difference to the world of a child with Cerebral Palsy.
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Danielle’s Foundation

This group is open to parents (and family members) of children with cerebral palsy and brain injury.
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HealthShare International – Cerebral Palsy Support Group

Thank you all for being a part of our Cerebral Palsy support group
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Narelle’s CP Friendship Club

A place to share experiences with Cerebral Palsy.
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Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy

This group is for people who have Hemiplegic Cerebral Palsy to share experiences with each other, both good and bad.
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Kajer – A group for parents with kids with cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy is a very hard thing for parents to deal with especially when it is your own child.I want it to be easier for parents to find other parents with kids with disabilities.To let them know they are not alone.
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Disabilities Cleveland

"Do you have a disability? Are you interested in making friends? If you answered yes to these questions, this site is for you. This site was started to help Clevelanders with disailities meet others with disabilities. Join the group and let's become friends!"
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MEDEK Physical Therapy

This listserve is dedicated to family members and professionals using -- or interested in using -- MEDEK physical therapy with their children. The goal is to share experiences, as well as provide support and encouragement.
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CPParent – Cerebral Palsy Parent Support

Sometimes we need advice, encouragment, a shoulder to cry on and someone to share our triumphs and joys with... I hope that you will find it here.
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Hot 4 CP Kids Foundation

Welcome to the Hot4R CP Kids Foundation Club. Join in and become part of the gang.
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CP Internet Support

This is a support group for families that are dealing with cerebral palsy. Whether it is a child, spouse,or parent with cerebral palsy all are welcome to post inquiries, comments or thoughts.
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TeenCP

A non-profit platform in support of any teens out there who are living and dealing with CP.

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Parents of Cerebral Palsy Kids

I wanted to make a place where parents and families of children with CP could find each other. It can be very frustrating going through all the emotions and experiences without support. I want this to be a place of understanding for us all to come to. If we need some advice, encouragement, a shoulder to cry on, somewhere to vent or share wonderful stories.
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W.L. Parents of Severely Disabled Kids

This is a support group for Moms who need to lose weight and have severely disabled children who are non mobile
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Reaching for the Stars

RFTS is committed to advocacy, education and driving research to serve the needs of children with Cerebral Palsy and those families and care givers involved in their care.
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Cerebral Palsy Insights

I have a very mild form of cerebral palsy. I hope that those who wish to join this club will feel free to talk openly about problems (psychological & physical) that they may have encountered.
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Newborn Jaundice and Kernicterus

The purpose of this listserve is to provide information and emotional support to parents of children diagnosed with kernicterus or hyperbilirubinemia (high bilirubin).
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Cerebral Palsy Moms

I am creating this group as a way to share the joys, heartache, lessons learned, and experiences of raising a child with Cerebral Palsy.
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Cerebral Palsy Network

The Cerebral Palsy Network makes their home in Lacey Washington. We are a group consisting of parents & individuals across the globe whom share a similar situation, Cerebral Palsy.
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