Asian and Pacific Cerebral Palsy Association
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1978, as Western Pacific Cerebral Palsy Association (WPCPA). Reconstituted and present name adopted at 5th Conference, 6 Oct 1995, Seoul (Korea Rep).
Acquire, improve, coordinate, share and disseminate knowledge about cerebral palsy and allied conditions in medical, para-medical and other disciplines and in administrative, scientific, technical, educational, vocational training, welfare and other fields; encourage research, education and sharing of information; assist in establishment and promotion of projects associated with and for the rehabilitation of people with disabilities in the Asia-Pacific region and improve implementation of community-based rehabilitation programmes and services for people with disabilities and their families; enhance professional expertise in design and use of technology for people with disabilities by facilitating staff exchange among organizations of the region.
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Council (meets at least every 3 years), comprising a representative of each country from which membership is drawn. Executive Committee, consisting of President, Vice-President, Secretary-General, Treasurer and Special Advisor. Secretariat in Manly (Australia).
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