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Inside the circle there are two figures - one in a wheelchair and one ambulatory or walking. Both are active. They are surrounded by one open circle, suggestive of the aboriginal healing circle and/or circle of life, with a surrounding line which gradually gets thicker. This indicates how our need for support increases and decreases throughout our lives. There are times when we need more; there are times when we need less.

Welcome to the on-line home of the
Prince Edward Island
Cerebral Palsy Association.

The P.E.I. Cerebral Palsy Asscociation
  • Keep members and interested persons informed through our website, newsletters, and library services.

  • Makes special equipment loans and provides assistance to groups or individuals with purchases of equipment and devices.

  • Advocates on behalf of persons with cerebral palsy and their families in such areas as education, accessibility and human rights.

  • Provides information regarding resources and activities available to persons with cerebral palsy.

  • Encourages persons with cerebral palsy to develop and pursue meaningful goals and achievements in life.

  • Works to raise awareness in society of the ABILITIES of individuals with cerebral palsy.

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