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Resources for Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy

Posted on April 20, 2019 by All In

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Local Organisations and Groups Specific to Cerebral Palsy

Here are some resources specific to cerebral palsy in Singapore.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities with early intervention, special education, rehabilitation services, day activity centre programmes, vocational training and gainful employment in Singapore.

A Facebook page for parents to share and discuss ideas, resources, and experiences of raising children with cerebral palsy.

Cerebral Palsy Football caters to footballers with Cerebral Palsy (CP). This sport’s governing body is IFCPF (International Federation of CP Football) but you can find out more from Singapore Disability Sports Council.

Local Organisations and Groups Related to Special Needs In General

Here are some local resources for parents of children with special needs in general:

The Family Service Centre runs programmes for families, children, and youth to grow and overcome future challenges.

This is a Meetup group that periodically arranges events such as seminars and recreational activities.

Rainbow Centre is a registered charity that provides education, support and training programmes for persons with disabilities.

This is a support group that provides resources and a network for parents of children with special needs. You may also request to join their private Facebook group.

The Singapore Disability Sports Council (SDSC) is the only organisation in Singapore which reaches across all disability groups and offers a wide range of sports.

This is a website where parents can find support and resources to enable their children with special needs.

Non-Local Resources on Cerebral Palsy

The sites below are large online resources on cerebral palsy.

Non-Local Resources Related to Special Needs In General


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