Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Novel linkage to study childhood disability and the genetic and non-genetic causes of cerebral palsy

Chief Investigator: Dr Jesia Berry Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Community Based Study Funding Year: 2021 Funding Amount: $96,480 Recipient: The University of Adelaide Overview:

Can robotic technology assist children with cerebral palsy after botulinum toxin injection?

Chief Investigator: Associate Professor Remo Russo Research Area: Improving children’s mental health and the impact of developmental disorders. Clinical Study Funding Amount: $94,724 Recipient: Women’s and Children’s Health Network Overview:

A randomised controlled trial on the impact of the Paediatric WalkAide (a drop-foot stimulator) on advanced motor skills and physical activity participation in children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy.

Chief Investigator: Ms Kerry Evans Funding Amount: $74,920 Recipient: Novita Children’s Services Overview: Children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy (CP) often have ankle control issues in one leg, with weakness/spasticity that