CHASA is a nonprofit family support organization devoted to providing assistance, information and counseling to families of children who have hemiplegia, hemiparesis, or childhood stroke.
As one of the largest health charities in America, UCP is a leading source for information on cerebral palsy, has acted as advocate for rights for disabled persons, and furthers the independence and full citizenship of those persons.
Formerly known as the UCP Research and Education Foundatiuon, CPIRF provides financial support to rigorously reviewed, scientifically important research relevant to cerebral palsy and other developmental disabilities. CPIRF serves as a resource for the international public, clinicians and policy-makers about best health care practices, prevention and curative strategies for cerebral palsy.
The NIH is the government agency responsible for promoting research in the medical and behavioral sciences.