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The Extra Mile 

Julian and Kaiden

Merely hours after he was born, Kaiden was diagnosed with a brain bleed and had to undergo risky brain surgery.

His parents noticed he was a very floppy baby so they googled the symptoms and realised he had cerebral palsy.

Heartbroken and devastated, they reached out to Cerebral Palsy Alliance. 

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Alison and Matt

Matt is an up-and-coming para-athlete who lives with hemiplegic cerebral palsy.

Since discovering discovering sport through Cerebral Palsy Alliance, Matt has thrived.

His dream is to represent Australia at the 2032 Paralympics in Brisbane in triathlon. 

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Kai and his twin brother Cooper were born at 28 weeks. Both suffered Strep B infection when they were five months old. As a result, Kai now lives with dystonic cerebral palsy. 

Kai loves challenging himself, and playing soccer and cricket with his brothers.

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Joe's daughter Eve had the most extraordinary start to life. She was diagnosed with cerebral palsy when she was just weeks old

But thanks to support from the Cerebral Palsy Alliance, Eve is now a outgoing and social seven-year-old who lives for sport.

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