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Join Our CP Special Interest Group

Richard_Scope Posts: 3,176 Scope online community team
edited March 2021 in Cerebral palsy

This year, to coincide with cerebral palsy (CP) awareness month in March, Scope is developing a new special interest group specifically to engage with people with an interest in Cerebral Palsy. Scope will host regular meet-ups for the group. These may include presentations and discussions on a range of topics relevant to the Cerebral Palsy community. We also hope to engage with the group’s lived experience to inform future work within Scope. 

Founding members 

We are recruiting founding members to support and shape the group. You will be asked to draw upon your lived experience to:   

  •  shape the types and topics of meet-ups you would like to attend 
  • make suggestions on how to deliver these to be inclusive of everyone in the Cerebral Palsy community  

  • provide insight into how we engage with the wider Cerebral Palsy community   

 The meet-ups will take place via Zoom initially. 

  In addition to the meet-ups, you will receive email updates on project progress which you will be asked to feedback on.   

 The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, 3 March 2021 

 Next Steps 

If you are interested in becoming a founding member please email [email protected] by Sunday, 23 February 2021 

Specialist Information Officer and Cerebral Palsy Programme Lead

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