The APCP Neurodisability Committee focuses on work with children who have congenital and acquired long-term conditions that are attributed to impairment of the central nervous system, e.g. cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injury and supports the role of therapists working with this group children in specialist units and in the community.
The APCP Neurodisability Committee consists of up to 12 nationally elected members.
Current key objectives and strategies for the APCP Neurodisability Committee are set out in the Neurodisability Committee Five Year Plan for 2015-2020.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not hold a separate membership list of members interested in paediatric neurodisability but you can register to receive notifications about courses (see links below).
Additional Information and Resources
APCP members can subscribe to this page to receive updates from the Neurodisability Committee
Specialist Committee Nominations
The Neurodisability Committee are currently seeking new members. This is an opportunity for you to help influence the work and activities of APCP in your specialty and offers you an excellent opportunity to expand your networks and to represent the views of your colleagues. We are trying to balance our representatives on the committee so are currently seeking nominations from the North West and South West regions ONLY.
Please read details on the Specialist Committee Nominations page before applying.