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Review Magazine

The Review is an informative magazine published twice a year by the CP Society, and sent free to all members and interested groups.

A great way to keep updated, The Review is full of articles related to the disability sector including services available, new products, personal experiences/points of view and news within the world of Cerebral Palsy in New Zealand.


Advertising in The Review

Information about advertising in The Review is available on our rate card, or please email cpsociety@cpsociety.org.nz for more information. 


February 2024

We look ahead to the Paris 2024 Paralympics and meet actress Lily Edmonds. Find out what makes serial fundraiser Andrew McCrory tick and Leon Prenter invites us into his accessible home. Our researcher investigates the challenges of navigating adulthood with a disability.  


November 2023

The November edition features photos from the Auckland Marathon, the Children’s Fun Day, and Be Green & Be Seen. You can read about the Outward Bound courses some of our members have been on, and a great article about disability and the poverty trap


June 2023

In the winter edition of the magazine you’ll meet Luka who spends his time either on the ski slopes or in the swimming pool, Yasmin who rode the length of Aotearoa NZ to raise money for the CP Society, and Daley who is helping others reach their goals.  


February 2023

Destiny shares her love of singing and the impact the Glass Ceiling Arts Collective has had on her life, Anne remembers her cheeky grandson and shares the realities of raising a grandchild with a disability while Nikayla is testament to the adage ‘feel the fear and do it anyway’.


November 2022

We celebrate the sporting success of a few of our members, and look back on our annual awareness and fundraising campaign, Be Green & Be Seen. We also look at communication, respiratory health, SDR, and how you can get involved in research. 


June 2022

Member Grace Lee tells us about her experiences to get her driver’s licence, we introduce Inclusive Tourism, and member Allyson Hamblett writes about the benefits of art class. We also look at the challenges of sleep, and the advantages of exercise.


February 2022

This edition we meet Samoan dancer Lusi Faiva and we share in Kurt Peterson’s Ironman goal. We look at why taking part in research is so valuable, and explore the “vast galaxy” of the CP Spectrum.


March 2020

In this March issue, we share the disability community speaking out to raise its concern over the appearance of Australian philosopher Peter Singer and Jordon getting behind the wheel. As well there are many other interesting stories.


December 2019

In this December issue, we share with you the fantastic Youth Alliance Freedoms Campaign and the multiple events to mark and celebrating the global International Day for People with Disabilities. As well there are many other interesting stories


October 2018

In this issue we share the inspiring story of the Cerebral Palsy Youth Alliance and the launch of their incredible Freedoms.  Also, meet our new Family Support Manager and learn why the Society needs to actively fundraise.  


July 2018

In this issue, we share with you the 2018 strategic plan for the CP Society and part two of the latest research related to medical cannabis. We also update you on Steptember and upcoming events. 


April 2017

In this April issue, we learned about Jordon’s recent trip to New York where he climbed the Empire State Building.


December 2016

In this December issue we meet our very own Paralympians Jess Hamill and William Stedman. Also we celebrating our Unsung Heroes … as well other interesting stories from our members.


August 2016

In this August issue we learn all about the Steptember CP fundraiser. Also we meet two new Board Members and welcome three new staff to our team. …… as well other interesting stories from our members.


May Issue 2016

In this May issue we learn how you could win lots of great prizes, including a trip for one lucky Steptember team to Sydney.


March Issue 2016

In this March issue we meet the three new Interns who are currently assisting with a number of projects in the office.