World Cerebral Palsy Day

Cerebral palsy is one of the least understood disabilities and people with cerebral palsy are often out of sight, out of mind and out of options in communities around the world. This needs to change.


World Cerebral Palsy Day on 6 October was created by the Cerebral Palsy Alliance in 2012 and now brings together people living with cerebral palsy, their families, allies, supporters and organizations across more than 100 countries. All with the aim to ensure a future in which children and adults with cerebral palsy have the same rights, access and opportunities as anyone else in our society.


Dhanaidaha Haque Autistic & Buddhi Protibondhi Biddaloy has been celebrating this day with due dignity since its establishment. School has been observing this day through rallies and other activities.


The aim of celebrating this day is to recognize the struggles and daily challenges of the people living with CP and find new ways to make their life easier. It aims at making an inclusive society for such people and fighting for their rights and equality.