CP Alberta winter 2018 programs in both Calgary and Edmonton

Registration is now open for our Winter 2018 programs in both Calgary and Edmonton! We have a new way to register, as well. There are still openings in a number of our programs in both cities, so please visit your city’s site if you are interested.

Register for Calgary programs
  • Finding Dory and Little Nemos Children’s Swimming Programs (Ages 3-12)
  • Art FUNdamentals (Adults 18 & over)
  • Music Therapy (Adults 18 & over)
  • Horticulture Therapy (Adults 18 & over)
  • Calgary Meetup Group (CMUG) (Adults 18 & over)
  • New – Friday Fun Seekers
  • New – Massage Therapy

Click here to learn more and register for Calgary programs now!

FREE massage therapy
In Calgary, we are excited to offer a FREE massage therapy session to clients, caregivers and parents. Through the consultation, the Massage Therapist student will be able to assess any needs the participant has, to increase their mental, emotional, and physical well-being.

The program is offered Fridays 8:30 am & 10:00 am from January to May 2018. Space is limited. Please contact Christy Bangen to book your appointment 403-543-1164

Register for Edmonton programs
  • Dance Without Limits (Ages 2.5 – 16)
  • Scribbles & Giggles (Ages 4 – 17)
  • YogaBees (Ages 4 – 17)
  • Art Expressions (Adults 18 & over)
  • Tranquil Movements Yoga (Adults 18 & over)
  • Morning Bliss Yoga (Adults 18 & over)
  • Edmonton Meetup Group (EMUG) (Adults 18 & over)
  • Tempo Gusto Music Therapy (Adults 18 & over)
  • ComputAbility Program (Adults 18 & over)
  • CookAbilities (Adults 18 & over)

Click here to learn more and register for Edmonton programs now!

The Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta (CPAA) offers programs to people with cerebral palsy and other disabilities that provide essential social interaction and healthy activities in nurturing environments. We believe that sport, recreation and leisure activities foster a balance between mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. We have developed and adapted all of our programs to:

  • Increase social interaction and encourage friendships
  • Create opportunities for meaningful community participation and community building
  • Promote positive self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Foster self-sufficiency
  • Foster a sense of belonging and an enhanced quality of life
  • Improve emotional well-being and reduce stress
  • Develop sport and recreation skills to encourage lifelong participation
  • Encourage exploration of new activities
Registration in our programs is open to persons with cerebral palsy or other disabilities who are clients of our association.

Becoming a client is free. Complete an Intake Form and register for any of our programs. For more information on CP Alberta programs, please contact our Calgary Program Coordinator Christy Bangen at 403-543-1164 or email.

Contact our Edmonton Program Coordinator, Amanda Warnock at 780-222-3435 or email. For information about programs registration, please contact our Edmonton Client Services Coordinator, Kim Henye at 780-477-8030 or email.

If you require information regarding the Edmonton ComputAbilities Program please contact Carlos Gonzalez-Deschamps at 780-222-6274 or email.

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