ICPS encourages and supports cooperation amongst its members at regional level. Currently the members of ICPS based in the European Union Cooperate through CP-ECA.
CP-ECA was founded to promote the rights and welfare of people with cerebral palsy and related disorders, to provide a network for people with CP, parents and professionals, to exchange and share their expertise, to encourage new developments in all fields concerned with CP and to promote co-operation and understanding and the exchange of information.
Non-Governmental Organisations in the countries of the European Union together with people with cerebral palsy, their families and those who work with them, form the broad base of its membership.
CP-ECA is an active member of the European Disability Forum. This means that it is involved in shaping disability policy in Europe because it is very important to have a voice in discussing the ideas and needs of all those people who have severe disabilities.