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Do you want a picture of your child’s brain? The Center for CP is conducting a study to evaluate the brains of children with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy. The results will be used compare the relationship between motor control and brain pathways. For more information on this study, please click here.

  • The Center for Cerebral Palsy at UCLA/OIC’s Winter Newsletter is available. Click here to see a copy
  • We have launched a crowdfunding campaign to support Camp Leg Power. Every donation helps to provide our campers with an incredible Summer experience! Please visit spark.ucla.edu/CampLegPower to learn more.
  • The UCLA Family Forum was held on March 17th and was a huge success. If you would like to be notified of future educational events, please sign up for our mailing list.

  • Click here for the Center for Cerebral Palsy Winter 2018 newsletter.

What is CP?


Cerebral palsy is the most common childhood disability in the United States. It is a developmental disorder of posture and movement caused by an injury to the brain occurring during…



Dad&SonNot everyone who has cerebral palsy requires treatment. Many people work, play and go to school without needing intervention. For some people, however, the clinical features cerebral palsy…


Clinic Visits

Carl-BrownThe Center has a clinic on Wed mornings at the Luskin Children’s Clinic of Orthopaedic Hospital in the new UCLA-Santa Monica Medical Center. All ages are welcome.


Our Team

Meet our team of dedicated doctors and faculty researchers who have spent their lives to improve on the quality of life…


Gift of Giving

catching-ballYour gift to the UCLA Center for Cerebral Palsy will help ensure that it can continue as a center of excellence for clinical care, research, and education…





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