Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) has empowered hundreds of Albertans to live life without limits, to imagine a greater scope for their own potential and to challenge and change misconceptions about disabilities.
We’re committed to positive change for the future, aiming to increase support services, inform government policy, provide life skills training, and improve employment and transportation accessibility. From our grassroots beginnings, the CPAA has grown from serving a dozen members to more than 3,900 province wide. Our services have broadened to include professional counselling, recreational activities, community educational programs, referral and advocacy services, as well as providing funding support.
Through our programs, we enable community participation, physical and social activity, as well as lasting friendships for children and adults with disabilities. From gardening, art, music, swimming or just social visits, we have you covered. We continue to grow our recycling and clothing donation programs, which allow us to raise funds and provide sustainable employment to persons with disabilities while helping to protect our environment.
We are collaborating with like-minded organizations and engaging the community to create connections that increase awareness, inclusion, and opportunities for our members. Together with our generous community supporters, we are working towards changing the future, today.
Stay tuned for more information about the 2016 event!
All proceeds from this event will be donated to the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta. The CPAA is an affiliate of United Cerebral Palsy. To learn more about the CPAA click here
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