Welcome! CPATH is a Central Texas based non profit organization created to support individuals with cerebral palsy. We have many events and programs in the works! Be sure to check out our site and links for the latest updates. Want to join our email list for monthly updates? Email info@cpathtexas.org to join!

TAKE A LOOK BACK AT 2021!

Save the Date! Light the Path, our annual fundraising event is Wednesday, October 5th at 800 Congress For more information or to get involved, please reach out to Kelli@cpathtexas.org

Our programs are possible thanks to the following generous supporters:

We are a Cerebral Palsy non-profit

CPATH is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was formed for charitable, educational and support purposes.  We are recognized by the state of Texas as a non-profit organization and are dedicated and honored to serve the cerebral palsy community.

Vision – To be recognized by the Cerebral Palsy community as the best Central Texas organization that provides personalized support in assisting families and individuals living with cerebral palsy.

Mission – CPATH provides resources, support, and financial assistance to a community of interconnected families and individuals living with cerebral palsy, to access resources, build awareness, and pursue acceptance for all.

The specific programs and activities to accomplish the mission includes:

  • Operating a pediatric medical equipment closet available to anyone in need 
  • Providing social and networking opportunities for families and individuals with cerebral palsy
  • Educating, training, and advocating about cerebral palsy to organizations, schools, and businesses in Central Texas 
  • Providing grants for equipment, therapy, recreation, and other needs
  • Assisting families through times of transition and connecting them to resources available within their communities.
  • Providing adaptive sports opportunities including a power wheelchair soccer team, The Green Machines
  • Maintaining a fiscally viable position to meet the mission.
  • Continually evaluating the effectiveness of the programs through evidence based reviews.