The Saskatchewan Cerebral Palsy Association is a registered nonprofit charity focused on helping individuals with cerebral palsy and other disabilities in the province of Saskatchewan. Our mission is to ensure individuals with cerebral palsy the right to opportunities to achieve their fullest potential through education, health care and access to all amenities of the community.
Are you passionate about what we're doing? Let us know! Whether you want to make a corporate donation, host an event, or become an in-kind sponsor, we would love to talk with you about how we can work together. As a registered charity, your support is tax deductible.
Whether you help through monetary donations, sponsorship, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
CP Canada Network needs more responses from our Saskatchewan families. CP Canada Network is in the process of developing a new website. The goal of this website is to provide up-to-date information about cerebral palsy (CP), and to promote connections within a national community. Although we are aware of the generic information found online regarding CP, we understand that resources and services vary from one province to the next. We hope to provide province-specific information. This survey is to help us better understand how you are currently accessing information about cerebral palsy, what type of information is most sought out, and what type of information is most difficult to find.
The Cerebral Palsy Canada Network (CP Canada Network) would like to invite you to respond to a survey about what families of children with CP, and adults with CP would like to know in terms of services, programs and general information. We also want to understand the types of services they use, the costs of these services, and what their service needs are.
This survey is part of a research project called "The Childhood Disability Communication Hub". Information obtained from this survey will help us in selecting the most appropriate information to be included on the CP Canada Network website, and to better understand the scenarios of service utilization and needs for children and adults with CP in Canada.
Your participation is very important!
Please complete the survey by following the link below:
We invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM). The meeting will take place in the Blanchette Room at the Saskatchewan Abilities Council, 2310 Louise Ave, Saskatoon Saskatchewan on the 31st of May 2018, and will start at 11:00 a.m.
"Our board is made up of a group of Volunteers. We have had struggles in the past few years and more heartache in the past year. One thing we can be proud of is how far we have come. We need to commend our attributes. Our current board involves people from all over Saskatchewan. A few board members are still the original people that started the organization. They have taught us to be better people and pave the way for our younger generation. One of our members received a Sovereign Medal for volunteers in work she has done. Of course my opinion is biased as she is also my sister, but I do believe as I watched her receive the award and others , that we can all take a sense of pride in the good we do. So from the board we congratulate one of our own, Amy Hedin on her award."
We would like to thank everyone who supports the Cerebral Palsy Association in Saskatchewan, from individual donations to corporate sponsors, we sincerely appreciate your generosity.
We would like to thank the following major supporters.
Prairie Laser Inc.
Electronic Recycling Association
Saskatoon Community Foundation
Community Initiative Fund