New grant helps our children find their voice

Find out how the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists are helping our children communicate.

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A hero-tastic week

We had a fun and busy Conductive Education Week in March – here are some highlights.

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Helping parents bridge the information gap

We are delighted to be launching our first information vodcasts for parents, thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All.

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The day the BBC came to visit us

The day the BBC came to visit us.

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Ben, John and Me

To mark Cerebral Palsy Day on 5 October 2016, read Toby’s blog and his great tips for young adults. And for an international angle on issues around cerebral palsy read the blog from our speech and language therapist Kerri.

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Jo’s update – June 2016

Our Gala Dinner – a spectacular result We had a magical evening down the Yellow Brick Road at our ‘Over the Rainbow’ Gala Dinner on 19 May at The Underglobe at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Hosted by top comedian Tim Vine – and complete with auctions, raffles, dancing and aerial acrobatics – we raised an incredible […]

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Our music therapist

My name is Ruth and I am the music therapist at The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy. I started working here in April and absolutely love the time I spend making music with the children. I have been practicing as a music therapist for over six years, working in various special schools, a […]

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