World Cerebral Palsy Day is a global movement of people with cerebral palsy and their families, and the organizations that support them, in more than 60 countries. The day is an opportunity to celebrate, raise awareness and take action to ensure that people with CP have the same rights, access and opportunity as anyone else in their communities.  World CP Day is sponsored by The Allergan Foundation.

Alberta Non-profit Winner of Global Award

World Cerebral Palsy Day 2018 ‘Civil Rights’ Award

World Cerebral Palsy Day is delighted to announce the 2018 Major Winner in the ‘Civil Rights’ category goes to Calgary Ability Network, a project initiated by the Cerebral Palsy Association in Alberta, Canada.

Click here to watch the video!

Click here to read the press release and click here to see the media coverage.

You can learn more about World CP Day by visiting the official website.

Visit www.worldcpday.org to share your story and ‘Join Us On the Map’

We are proud to announce that the following Alberta communities have proclaimed Oct. 6, 2018 as World CP Day

The following Alberta communities have proclaimed Oct. 6, 2018 as World CP Day
Airdrie Brooks Calgary
Camrose Edmonton Fort McMurray
Grande Prairie Hinton Leduc
Olds Province of Alberta Red Deer
Rocky Mountain House Vegreville Vermilion

Alberta was lit up green on October 6th! 

Green is the official colour of cerebral palsy and reflects the concept of growth.

We encourage everyone to Go Green For CP on October 6th.  Wear green on October 6th to show your support for individuals with CP.  Share your photos and use these hashtags!  #worldcpday #gogreenforcp #cpawareness #cerebralpalsy #cpalberta

The following communities will also ‘Go Green’ for World CP Day:

Airdrie – City Hall

Calgary – The Calgary Tower & Reconciliation Bridge

Edmonton – The Parliament Buildings & High Level Bridge

Fort McMurray – Saline Creek Footbridge

Lethbridge – City Hall