We founded CPATH because we wanted to meet other parents and children with similar diagnosis as ours for the friendships, support and community! We have programs for everyone.
This is just for the kids! Children can participate in bowling, karate, skating, etc. with other kids their age while having fun! We partner with community organizations and businesses to give our children all the opportunities any child without CP would experience. To see previous activities and a calendar visit our CPals page.
This forum provides an opportunity for parents and guardians to connect, build relationships and learn in a supportive environment. CParents events vary in topics and formatting, including guest speakers, activities, panels and Q&A opportunities. See our previous events on the CParents page.
We partner with Camp For All to provide a weekend camp for families living with cerebral palsy. The adaptive design of this camp allows EVERY camper to participate in every activity, including riding a zip line. Please see the Camp CPals page for an application.
We know that it is hard to find funds for everything that is needed to help your child live a full life. That’s what we offer opportunities to apply for grants, which can help cover any costs that you cannot. Please see the Grants page for more specific information.
CPATH’s Pediatric Medical Equipment Closet is designed to reuse and exchange pediatric durable medical equipment. We want to ensure that every person can have access to equipment that will meet their needs! CPATH acts as an interim between families and organizations, accepting donations of equipment that children may have outgrown or no longer need, and connecting the equipment with families that can greatly benefit from their use. This program allows families and individuals to exchange very expensive and necessary equipment with one another.
Power Wheelchair Soccer Team– The Green Machines!
Power soccer is the first competitive team sport designed and developed specifically for power wheelchair users. Participants include persons with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, stroke, spinal cord injury and other disabilities. Practices are held in Round Rock throughout the year. To learn more and to get involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org . Visit the Green Machines page for more details.