Our annual Light Up A Child's Life Christmas Party is on Sunday, November 25.

It will be at the same location as previous years - but please be aware the Coast Plaza Hotel has changed names. It is now the Best Western Premier Plaza Hotel.

Marks and Spencer Easy Dressing

Marks and Spencer have created a special range of clothes adapted for kids who need extra help. Whether they have feeding tubes or simply need clothes that are easy to put on and gentle on sensitive skin, their clothing could help make dressing easier, quicker, more comfortable and more fun!

The prices are very reasonable and so is the
shipping to Canada.

Our fully accessible Community Space is available for rent if you're looking for a Birthday Party location. Call us to ask about it!

The City of Calgary is bringing Rick Hansen, the "Man in Motion", to Calgary on International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3. This is a special presentation at the Performance Hall in the new Central Library.

This is a FREE event. Click on the image above
for more details and to register.

If you are participating in Cerebral Palsy Kids & Families Adapted Bike Program, please take a moment to click on the appropriate link below.
YES , my child is still using the adapted bike. I will be renewing the loan agreement for 2019.   Click here   to renew the agreement and pay the annual loan fee of $50.
NO , my child is no longer riding the adapted bike. I will be returning the bike we borrowed to Cerebral Palsy Kids & Families, #121 – 7015 Macleod Trail SW, during regular office hours of 10am - 3pm PRIOR TO November 6, 2018 or will phone to make alternate arrangements @ (403) 205-4935.

My child has outgrown the bike and we need to  apply for a different bike .    Click here  to register for our 2019 Adapted Bike Program. Please register early, as the clinics fill up quickly.
Thank you so much for your cooperation. It is our hope that all borrowed bikes within our program that are not being used, will be returned promptly. 

If you liked our Reindeer Respite Service last year, and our most recent Halloween Respite Service - stay tuned for details coming soon about our 2018 Christmas Respite Days. We will be sending an email in the coming week with all the details.

There will be a one time screening of a documentary - A Life Unbound - Tuesday November 13, 2018 at 7pm at the Plaza Theatre in Calgary.

This film is about about neuroplasticity and neuromovement and features the work of Anat Baniel. It tells the story of a family from Saskatchewan with a child with cerebral palsy, as well as a young woman who survived a devastating stroke and her road to recovery. Interviewed in the film are Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor, neuroscientist who wrote My Stroke of Insight, Dr. Martha Herbert, and Dr. Michael Merzenich, professor emeritus neuroscientist and former co-director of the Keck Center for Integrative Neuroscience at UCSF in California.

Tickets can be bought through the eventbrite link below or at the door (the charge is to cover the cost of the independent Canadian film-maker who produced the movie and the costs to screen it).

Northwest Commons Park — which opened October 20, 2018 — is ready to welcome and inspire a new concept of outdoor play. The diverse space includes features to attract and delight fun-seekers of all ages and abilities. It’s also a  Playcore National Demonstration Site , which gives recognition to this park for being an inclusive, fair, smart, independent, safe, active and comfortable play space that brings children and families together through play.
Click on the image above to see what's happening around Calgary for families with special needs.

Coffee Socials are a great way to connect with other parents and to receive support from us. Please join us on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Drop in anytime
between 9:30 and 11:30am.