Mission Representative
American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine

To provide multidisciplinary scientific education for health professionals and promote excellence in research and services for the benefit of people with and at risk for cerebral palsy and other childhood-onset disabilities.

Jason Edinger

Susan Biffl

American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation AAPM&R serves its member physicians by advancing the specialty of physical medicine and rehabilitation, promoting excellence in physiatric practice, and advocating on public policy issues related to persons with disabling conditions. Joline Bradenberg
American Physical Therapy Association: Pediatric Section To promote the highest quality of life for all children, people with developmental disibilities and their families. Mary Gannotti
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation

We fund the brightest US-based researchers to change what’s possible for cerebral palsy.

Chris Olver
CP Collaborative To provide a unified voice of cerebral palsy related organizations to strategically affect mutually agreed upon research, education, awareness, support and public policy initiatives for the benefit of individuals with cerebral palsy across the lifespan. Jen Lyman
CP NOW Foundation To improve the lives of people with cerebral palsy and their families. Michele Shusterman
Cerebral Palsy Research Network To improve treatments and outcomes for people with cerebral palsy through high quality clinical research and quality initiatives. Paul Gross
Cerebral Palsy Foundation To be a catalyst for creating positive change for people with cerebral palsy. Rachel Byrne
Reaching for the Stars: A Foundation of Hope for Children with Cerebral Palsy Is centered on the belief that leading-edge pediatric research, increased awareness and education will lead to new treatments of Cerebral Palsy, improving the lives of impacted children and their families. Cynthia Frisina
United Cerebral Palsy To be the indispensable resource for individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, their families, and their communities Anita Porco