The Cerebral Palsy Research Network (CPRN) has launched a new study on MyCP, its web portal for community members to participate in cerebral palsy research studies and discussions. The study entitled “Community views on cerebral palsy diagnosis,” was developed by Dr. Bhooma Aravamuthan of Washington University, to better understand the meaning and the impact of different diagnoses related to CP have on families. The survey is available to parents and caregivers for children and adults with CP 18 years and older. Dr. Aravamuthan, a pediatric neurologist who specializes in movement disorders, is conducting a similar study with clinicians to understand how they view cerebral palsy and interrelated diagnoses such as a genetic diagnosis or a particular type of brain injury. The findings from the comparison of the data from these two audiences should help clinicians and families chart a course of partnership to enhance care and understanding. MyCP members can go to the surveys page to find the new study. Community members interested in sharing their views CP and related diagnoses can join MyCP to participate.