Announcing our newest ambassador: Carrie-Ann Lightley

October 7, 2022

We are delighted that Carrie-Ann Lightley has accepted a role as an Ambassador for UP.

Carrie-Ann leads the marketing team at AccessAble, the UK’s largest provider of access information, and is one of the UK’s leading accessible travel bloggers. Carrie-Ann has Cerebral Palsy and is a wheelchair user. In 2019 and 2020, Carrie-Ann was named as one of the top 100 most influential disabled people in the UK, on the Shaw Trust #DisabilityPowerList100.

Here’s her video about her new role.

The research findings call for improvements in policy and physiotherapy services to meet the needs of adults with cerebral palsy throughout their lives.

The purpose of the animation is to provide clear and accessible key messages, and to maximise the impact of the research.

The team aims to widely disseminate the 2-minute animation to reach and influence policy makers and those who design health and care services.

Please help get the word out by sharing the animation with anyone who you think will find it interesting; organisations, healthcare professionals, families and friends.

If you have any questions or feedback on the animation please contact the team on we will be pleased to hear from you.

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Understanding physiotherapy and physiotherapy services: exploring the perspectives of adults living with cerebral palsy.


Access, use and satisfaction with physiotherapy services among adults with cerebral palsy living in the United Kingdom and Ireland