Marching in with great news!

Ready To Hit The Links?

Registration is now open for single players and foursomes – click here to register. We urge you to take advantage of our Early Bird Registration pricing available until April 30th.

We are also in the process of securing our tournament sponsors and if you’re interested you can review the sponsorship package by clicking here or visit the sponsorship page on our Golf Without Limits website.

Thank you for your ongoing support of the CPAA and helping us create a Life Without Limits for so many Albertans! Tee it High and let if Fly!

Our Calgary office hosted a super awesome gaming event last week!

Thank you to Tyler Fenti, Accessible Gaming Lead and Shanelle Gilman, Western Regional Coordinator with Neil Squire who provided us with an informative presentation and the opportunity to try a variety of accessible gaming controls on several game platforms.

We all had so much fun and of course the night would not have been complete without the Wii Bowling showdown! Shout out to Christy, our Program & Community Engagement Liaison, for putting the event together.

Join The Club!

By signing up for our monthly donation program, you’ll be part of a mighty team that makes a mega difference in the lives of kids living with disabilities. Let’s show these kids how much they matter.

BONUS! Throughout March, create a new monthly gift of $20 or more in support of our charity through CanadaHelps, and CanadaHelps will make a one-time extra $20 donation to our charity! Terms and conditions can be found here.

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Volunteer Opportunity

CP Cares program assists Albertans with cerebral palsy to achieve a better quality of life by providing financial support to cover costs of essential everyday needs, including adaptive equipment and technology, camps, treatments, medications, etc.

The committee is made up of up to 10 volunteers, who are not connected to CP Alberta clients, to provide neutral feedback and approvals on submitted applications. Please email Elizabeth at

Cerebral Palsy Alberta is a registered non-profit organization enriching the lives of individuals living with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Through our programs and services, we promote awareness, acceptance and understanding for persons with disabilities, supporting a Life Without Limits.

For more information, including our recycling and donation programs, please visit or call 1-800-363-2807 in Calgary or 1-888-477-8030 in Edmonton.

Disability & Dating in the Digital Age – KNEDS Seminar with Eleni Moumos
Date & Time Mar 19, 2024 12:00 PM. Register on Zoom

New Book Recommendation!

Check out this book by Desiree Da Costa who lives with CP. During her time at her new school, which she started in Grade 2, Da Costa was the only student with a physical disability.

Her hope for All About Me and Cerebral Palsy is that other children with cerebral palsy can identify with it and use it as a teaching tool for those with and without cerebral palsy. Buy now!

Source Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta

Also see
UCalgary launches new lab to draw attention to what some consider a taboo topic University of Calgary
U of C’s Disability and Sexuality lab mobilizes resources surrounding the sexual education gap for people with disabilities The Gauntlet
Disability & Sexuality Lab  University of Calgary

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