Car Seat Loaner programs provides a safe, viable alternative for transporting children with special needs. These seats are designed for children who do not have adequate head and trunk control to be safely seating in a car or in a standard car seat.
Swimming is both therapeutic and social. It relaxes spastic muscles and provides a gravity reduced medium to ease movement for individuals with Cerebral Palsy. With funding assistance the SCPA purchases swim passes for our members so they are able to participate in a leisure activity.
Unfortunately this program in unavailable at this time!
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.
In 1994 the SCPA hosted the first Family Retreat at Camp Easter Seat at Lake Manitou. It has become an annual program based on positive feedback from the first event. Retreat weekend is an opportunity for families and adults to build supports, friendships and connections. This year (2018) will be a new experience and location for us!
Night Owl Camping Cabins Inc.
Pike Lake Saskatchewan
Arrive Saturday August 25, 2018 at 11:00 a.m.
Depart Sunday August 26, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
Cost per Person:
Children (2yrs-16yrs) $10
Under 2yrs $free
A total of 17 cabins will be available
(please go to www.nightowlcabins.ca for more details on cabins)
How to apply:
DON'T MISS OUT, CLICK THE REGISTRATION BUTTON NOW TO APPLY!! Since we have limited cabin's available, applications will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Once all cabins have been reserved we will be unable to take further applications.
Deadline to get your application and payment in is July 13, 2018
Contact us if you have any further questions or need help filling out the application!
phone: (306) 955-7272
The SCPA is involved in a variety of services relating to information such as:
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We are working on providing a few new programs and services to our members in 2018 pending funding approval. We sent a survey to our members a few months ago to see what people with CP and other disabilities needed in Saskatchewan. We heard you loud and clear!