It’s registration time for….. CAMP CPals 2019!!!!

Camp CPals is designed for families living with cerebral palsy as a way to relax and enjoy time as a family for a weekend.  To apply, your child must be between the ages of 5-18 years old and have a cerebral palsy diagnosis.  *The Camp facility does limit some activities, such as zip-lining to ages 6 and up. Acceptance is based on priority for first time campers and on a first come first serve basis. There is no cost to families!!

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Camp CPals enrollment opens February 1, 2019.  Priority is given to first time campers that register by Feb 15, 2019.  Camp CPals dates: May 10-12, 2019.

Camp CPals promises to be an unforgettable experience!

***Returning families do not have to complete the application!  If you wish to be added to the returning family wait list, please email with the names of your family members.  We will do our best to accommodate as many returning families as possible.***

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.


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.


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:

  • Providing grants for equipment, therapy, recreation, and other needs.
  • Providing social and networking opportunities for families and individuals with cerebral palsy
  • Educating families, the community, and people associated with cerebral palsy to promote awareness and personalized support
  • Assisting families through times of transition and connecting them to resources available within their communities
  • Maintain a fiscally viable position to meet the mission
  • Continually evaluate the effectiveness of the programs through evidence based reviews