The CPAA, along with other provincial Cerebral Palsy Associations and Kids Brain Health Network researchers are partnering to enhance the health and well-being of children, youth and adults with cerebral palsy and their families. This CP Canada Network aims to inform and empower families by providing accessible, credible information on new research discoveries, educational opportunities, provincial services and programs and personal success stories. Information that is relevant specifically to individuals with cerebral palsy will be continuously updated, so as to optimize awareness and understanding of the condition and facilitate access to the best services and supports. 


For information on provincial resources available please click here.

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we acknowledge the ancestral and traditional indigenous territories of the blackfoot and the people of the treaty 7 region in southern alberta, which includes the siksika, the piikani, the kainai, the tsuu t'ina and the stoney nakoda first nations. the city of calgary is also home to the metis nation of alberta, region iii.

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