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Irwin Mitchell announces CPotential partnership

The law firm has joined forces with the charity to help children and young people with mobility conditions to ‘reach their full potential’

Irwin Mitchell has announced a new partnership with CPotential, a charity specialising in helping people affected by mobility conditions.

CPotential works with babies, children and young people who live with movement disorders due to cerebral palsy, global developmental delay or acquired brain injury. Many also have related learning disabilities, and sensory or communication difficulties.

Irwin Mitchell has joined forces with the charity to help these individuals “reach their full potential” by supporting CPotential’s integrated holistic therapies and services.

CPotential’s services include physiotherapy, constraint induced movement therapy, occupation therapy, music therapy, conductive education, online services, counselling, wellbeing courses, educational advice, funding support and legal services from experts within their fields.

The charity advocates that financial circumstances shouldn’t prevent a child or young person from getting treatment. Families can access bursary-funded programmes as a result of the grants donated to the charity.

Alison Eddy, partner at Irwin Mitchell, said: “CPotential is a fantastic organisation focussing on addressing the needs of children with disabilities as early as possible. This ensures they have the vital skills they need as they grow. 

“It’s a pleasure to announce our partnership with the charity and we look forward to working with everyone involved.” 

Brett Parker, CPotential CEO, said: “We’re delighted to have formed such a supportive relationship with Irwin Mitchell. Its understanding of our beneficiaries and their families or carers’ needs, and of our work, is amazing.

“We’re on a mission to ensure that our holistic rehabilitation services for children and families are harmonised, and that no child goes without the vital therapeutic support they need. Irwin Mitchell is able to use its expertise to help children access these resources so they can reach their full potential.”

He added: “All the users and supporters of our charity are appreciative of this partnership and look forward to its continued development.”

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