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Take 10,000 steps per day for 28 days | Cerebral Palsy 4th of September - 1st of October 2018 Join the movement Get on board with thousands of people around the world as you take on the challenge to move 10,000 steps a day or equivalent for 28 days starting on 4 September. You'll get fitter, sleep better and feel great. Then, turn your steps into dollars by getting friends and family to donate to you, raising funds towards supporting kids and adults with cerebral palsy. Be a part of Steptember in 2018 by registering today. How it works We'll give you a pedometer that you can wear throughout the challenge. Step any way you like! Dance, run, wheel, surf, swim About Cerebral Palsy Affecting approximately 17 million people globally including 34000 Australians cerebral palsy is the most common physical disability in children accounting for one in every 500 babies. On average a child is born with cerebral palsy in Australia every 15 hours. Cerebral palsy is an umbrella term for a group of disorders. The spectrum of effects caused by the condition can range from weakness in one hand to an almost complete lack of voluntary movement. Those with significant physical disability may also live with chronic pain intellectual impairment epilepsy behavioural disorder and potentially require care 24 hours a day. Cerebral palsy is a permanent lifelong condition for which there is no known cure.