OUR PROGRAMMES

New Vouchers & Programmes Information

From March 1st 2021, CP Society members will be able to apply for $300 worth of vouchers, which will be valid through until the end of June 2021. Near the end of this period, we will provide further updates. To find out more information on this, please click here.

Members can choose to split the $300 between multiple programmes or just choose one programme.

When applying through the portal, the value will automatically be split between each programme equally if you choose multiple programs (if you want different amounts allocated you will need to email the sara@cpsociety.org.nz or michael@cpsociety.org.nz for them to manually load your choices). 

If you are having any issues with accessing the portal, please get in touch with the team in the office.  

We provide several programmes to help members of CPS. Find out more on the programmes by clicking through below.

getOutThere

Designed to get people with Cerebral Palsy engaging with their community, by means of a voucher system that helps fund the part of the transport companies fare.

getPhysical

The aim of the getPhysical programme is to enable you to maintain, or improve, your physical ability and fitness. Members who successfully apply will be sent getPhysical vouchers.

getThis&That

This programme allows members with Cerebral Palsy to purchase small items that are needed to help manage the effects of living with their Cerebral Palsy.

getUpAgain

Every now and then, things in life can get us down – but we have to get up again! This programme helps give access to and finance 3-6 counselling sessions.

getStructured

The getStructured programme locks in good legal structures around a person with Cerebral Palsy. Parents will be financially assisted to set up a legal framework, around a member with Cerebral Palsy.

getOnYourTrike

Keep up with exercise, friends and have independance on a trike! Custom built trikes suitable for children with Cerebral Palsy between the ages of 3-14 years old.

National Attractions

With the summer months and longer days upon us, the Cerebral Palsy Society wanted to compile a list of national attractions that our members may benefit from

Cancel