Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Meet Dora the Explorer!

The Cerebral Palsy League is a pretty incredible organisation; one I've been lucky enough to work with professionally for nearly four years now. And this year, we've seen it from the other side too: they've helped us out so much with Hamish - providing therapies, advising us about equipment, and being a brilliant sounding board.

Every year, they have a big family event called Picnic in the Park, held in Brisbane, and it's great. There's live entertainment, winter sunshine, loads of activities for kids, Paralympic talent spotters, celebs, and more.

This year, it's on Sunday 28 July at Roma Street Parkland, and they are again putting on two free official Nick Jr Dora the Explorer shows. Free! I know!

But even better, there are three personal 'Meet Dora' opportunities up for grabs.

If you are like me, with little people who LOVE Dora, make sure you enter for a chance to create some amazing childhood memories for them.

You can enter here: www.cpl.org.au/meetdoratheexplorer

And even if you don't win, there are still two free shows on offer, so please put this fantastic event in your diaries.

Cerebral palsy is the most common disability in children in Australia. It affects 1 in every 400 children. And CPL supports thousands and thousands of Queenslanders with therapies, services, art programs, respite, after hours school care, personal care, music and theatre, and so much more.

Please feel free to tell your Brisbane-based families and friends about this :)

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