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NFP Board - Centre for Cerebral Palsy

The Centre for Cerebral Palsy is a registered charity providing services and support to more than 1000 people living with cerebral palsy in WA, and their families. Established in 1951, the organisation provides early education, respite, employment, health and recreation services. The centre is a leading disability service provider in WA and has significant leadership at a national level. Board – Chairman: Stephen Robinson; Deputy chairman: Ian Curlewis; Sue Doyle; John Lamberto; Kym Marijanich; Phil Nillsen; Tony Pietropiccolo; Les Potter; Carrick Robinson; Keith Taylor; Alec Whyte

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