Response to Senator Hanson

Following Senator Pauline Hanson’s comments in the Federal Senate, Claire Cotter (CEO) contacted 3AW Melbourne with the following statement: As the CEO of the Cerebral Palsy Education Centre in Glen Waverley, on behalf of the 140 families associated… Read More

School Training Workshops – Register now!

CPEC presents free annual workshops on supporting children in mainstream schools. They are relevant to school staff and anyone else working or caring for students with cerebral palsy. This workshop series is a joint initiative of CPEC and… Read More

No respite for mothers caring for children with a disability

This article in The Age highlights the vital importance of caring for and providing informed support for the mothers and carers of children and adults with significant disabilities. What is of great concern is that this support goes… Read More

Balmoral Men – Supporting CPEC with Equipment

If you missed Jo Hall’s heart warming story last night (30 October) on Channel 9 News you can watch it here. It talks about the important work that the men from the Balmoral Retirement Village do by volunteering… Read More

Whole Communication In Schools – Free Workshops

The Victorian Department of Education & Training (DET) in conjunction with CPEC are holding free workshops for speech pathologists who work at the DET. There will be a choice of four dates running in November at different locations…. Read More

National Disability Insurance Scheme

CPEC is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Provider. All our current services are eligible under the NDIS so we welcome families to use this funding stream at our Centre. For your information, we have answers to… Read More

NEW Device Mounting Clinic!

CPEC’s new Device Mounting Clinic enables people to access their Assistive Technology in everyday life by having it appropriately mounted to their wheelchair and other equipment. Our therapists work collaboratively with the person (and their family and/or therapy… Read More

Healthy Mothers Healthy Families workshop

A free workshop will run in Fitzroy on Saturday 19 March for mothers of children with disabilities. It will cover strategies to achieve better health, well-being and empowerment while balancing the full scope of family life. A women’s… Read More

Angelman Syndrome Videos

CPEC not only supports children with cerebral palsy but also those with similarly presenting disorders. Here is a series of YouTube videos from the 2015 Global Summit on Angelman Syndrome where CPEC’s senior speech pathologist, Gayle Porter, presented:… Read More