The overall goal of this program is to provide an opportunity for individuals who have a disability to participate in various leisure activities in their community. This program often provides tickets to events, river boat rides, movie passes, and other activities that promote participation and inclusion.
*Covid-19 Update*Cerebral Palsy Saskatchewan/SCPA has made the difficult decision to suspendall Community Connections Programs in Regina & Saskatoon effectiveimmediately to protect the health and safety of our members, volunteers andstaff, as they are our number one priority.We will be closed to the public as of Friday March 13, 2020 until further notice.Please note, our staff will remain available to answer any emails or phone calls,but will not be attending any community meetings or presentations. We willcontinue to keep you up to date on any changes.We are monitoring the situation closely and following the guidance of theGovernment of Saskatchewan and The Saskatchewan Health Authority.Please be assured Cerebral Palsy Saskatchewan’s priority is to help protect thehealth and safety of its community and do its part in assisting in the preventionof spreading this virus.Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any concerns.Thank you for your understanding.
Are you an adult or young adult in Regina and Saskatoon with cerebral palsy? If so, consider coming out to our Community Connections Meetup.
Send us an email to RSVP and further details!
Make sure to sign up to update your membership or become a new member today!
Cost $15.00 a year
World Cerebral Palsy Day, is held annually on October 6th and is a global movement of people with cerebral palsy and their families, and the organizations that support them, in more than 60 countries.
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