We have published a new journal article describing the prevalence and incidence of chronic conditions among adults with cerebral palsy. The article was published in Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. In the study, we combined findings from all studies worldwide that have reported the prevalence of 53 chronic conditions and incidence of 21 chronic conditions. We identified how common conditions such as depression, asthma, epilepsy and hypertension were among adults with cerebral palsy worldwide. We also identified if adults with cerebral palsy were more likely to develop chronic conditions than adults without cerebral palsy. We hope the findings will be used to promote awareness, identify targets for intervention and inform the development of appropriate supports for adults with cerebral palsy. You can find the article on our Research Outputs page or on the journal website