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Cerebral Palsy Alberta offers services that assess needs and identify the strengths in our members of all ages. We have a full-time Social Worker & Client and Family Counselor to help support, enrich and enhance the lives of our clients.


To become a CPAA Client, please fill out our Client Intake Form.  If you require additional information please contact our Support Services team by email or at 403-543-1161


  • One-on-one support to individuals and families going through the various stages of diagnoses, acceptance and living with a disability

  • One-on-one counselling, assistance for funding applications, finding accessible funding, educational decisions and directions, poverty reduction, and goal setting for members

  • Telephone support to members experiencing various forms of crisis

  • Advocating for individuals and families with appeals to various agencies such as Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD)Alberta Aids for Daily Living (AADL)Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)Person with Developmental Disabilities (PDD), employment, school, handi-bus, etc

  • Support with transitioning into adulthood, referrals, networking and guidance.

  • The CPAA offers mentorship for youth interested in working towards the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

  • Advocacy training to individuals and family members; support with human rights concerns

  • Collaboration with agencies to assist members with community issues, barriers and challenges so they can live a Life without Limits

  • Assisting in the development of local support groups

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