helping navigate the cerebral palsy path

​​Cerebral Palsy Awareness Transition Hope

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​​Cerebral Palsy Awareness Transition Hope

Adaptive Holiday

CPATH participates in a wide variety of holiday celebrations for children with special needs. By partnering with other community groups and organizations we are able to support a wide range of safe and accessible events. Past events include Trunk or Treats, Fun Runs, Egg Hunts and Winter Holiday parties. Each event is customized for children with special needs and their siblings.

Watch our home page for updates in our Calendar for upcomming events.


​5501A Balcones #160

Austin, Texas 78731

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(866) 74 CPATH





CParents is a program that provides support services and navigational resources to parents and guardians in the cerebral palsy community.

This forum provides an opportunity for parents and guardians to connect, build relationships and learn in a supportive environment. CParent events will vary in topics and formatting, including guest speakers, activities, panels and Q&A opportunities.

​​CPals is a social group designed to give children with cerebral palsy the opportunity to meet others as well as bring parents and siblings together. We host family friendly events and have many exciting events planned this year.  Please visit and "like" CPals on Facebook by using the link above.

                                  May 12-14, 2017


Camp  CPals  at  Camp  For  All 
is  an  overnight  weekend camp  where   campers  of  all  ages and  abilities  gain  self-confidence,  independence,  learn   new  skills  and  build relationships  with  others who  share  their  challenges  in  a   safe and  fun  environment.  Individuals  learn  what  they  CAN do  – not what  they   cannot.  

The  facilities  are  modified  with  features  to  meet  the  needs  of our   special  campers,  making  Camp CPals  not  just  accessible, but  100%  barrier   free!     Camp  CPals  is  an  opportunity  for kids  to  take  a break  from  hospital  and   therapy  routi
nes  and for  parents  to  witness  their  child  participate  in activities   that they  never  imagined  possible.  Parents  and  children  alike realize  they  are   not  alone and  bond  with  others  in  a  safe and positive  environment.


GRANTS - The CPATH Grant Program provides financial assistance for families, care takers and individuals with cerebral palsy.  Items considered for this grant include but are not limited to: medical equipment; bathing; seating; transport; therapy and tools; camps and recreation.

Apply NOW for immediate consideration.