The CP Register is a confidential research database of information about people with cerebral palsy in Australia and New Zealand.
The main aims of the CP Register are to:
- monitor incidence and prevalence of cerebral palsy
- gain further understanding about the causes of cerebral palsy
- evaluate preventative strategies
- assist in planning services for children and adults who have cerebral palsy.
Read more about the CP Register in our information sheet (PDF - 22 KB).
Also see the
Report of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, Birth Years 1993-2006 (PDF - 5.46 MB), published in April 2013
and the previous Report of the Australian Cerebral Palsy Register, Birth Years 1993-2003 (PDF - 1.8 MB), published in April 2009.
Please see What Constitutes Cerebral Palsy in the Twenty-First Century? Appendix S1 (XLSX - 28 KB) here.
Become a member (step 1), then complete your registration online (step 2 & 3):
Mail this to your local CP Register.
Other ways to register:
The CP Register is private and confidential. Read our privacy statement. You may withdraw consent at any time.
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