Tsad Kadima (which means “a step forward” in Hebrew) was founded in 1987 following a chanced viewing of a documentary that changed the lives of thousands of children with CP and their families. The documentary accompanied a British child with CP and his parents on their quest after a different rehabilitation approach and the journey they took to the Pet? Institute in Hungary. The remarkable improvement that occurred in the boy triggered Israeli parents of children with CP and professionals to initiate a life changing trip that resulted with the establishment of Tsad Kadima and bringing the Conductive Education approach (Pet?) to Israel. Bringing the Conductive Education approach to Israel and integrating it in the special education system provided children with CP and their parents with an alternative rehabilitation approach other than the one that prevails in Israel. Our Board is composed of parents and grandparents of children with CP and professionals who are familiar and acquainted with the day-to-day hardships of children and adults with CP. This fact greatly influences the organization, activities, purpose and goals, management and budget. Tsad Kadima strives to regularize the basic rights of population with CP together with recruiting partners for support in our activity and unique programs that are offered only by Tsad Kadima.