“The Princess Panda Tea Party” is a Cerebral Palsy fairy tale that gives children a story that they can picture themselves in. CNS Foundation was lucky enough to get a copy in advance of printing and is impressed by the work done by author Jewel Kats to bring stories about all different types of children to the forefront. Read more to learn more about “The Princess Panda Tea Party” and watch a short video showing how Jewel Katz is bringing representation to the forefront.
Loving Healing Press publishes books revolving around self-help, personal growth, trauma recovery, and overcoming physical disabilities. Many of the books geared towards children address issues that are relevant to the CNS Foundation community.
March is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, and March 25th is National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day. CNS Foundation spoke with Reaching for the Stars. A Foundation of Hope for Children with Cerebral Palsy to learn more about Cerebral Palsy Awareness events taking place throughout the month.
The Australasian Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine (AusACPDM) hosts a Biennial Conference, this year held in New South Wales, Australia. The AusACPDM is a multidisciplinary group committed to advancing knowledge and awareness of evidence based practice in the field of childhood physical disability.
When now fifteen-year-old Lauren Walier learned that there was no dedicated line item for federal funding for cerebral palsy research, she got inspired to make a difference for the cerebral palsy community. Watch the video and read more about this inspiring young advocate.