As an organisation dedicated to the needs of people with the debilitating effects of Cerebral Palsy, the Western Cape Cerebral Association approaches the end of 2019 reflecting on how successful we have been in improving the lives of our beneficiaries.

We serve people with disabilities who face a multitude of barriers which further compound the difficulties in their lives.

We serve babies and children for whom therapeutic interventions are vital for their future progress.  We serve elderly people who can no longer care for themselves and have no families.  We serve young people whose level of function precludes them from working in the open labour market by giving them the opportunity to work in a sheltered employment programme doing work for which they are able. We serve children with severe to profound disabilities by providing them with their right to ‘education’.  We serve adults who are unable to perform a work function but nevertheless are able to thrive in a daily occupational therapy programme. We provide our beneficiaries with transport services without which they would be confined to their homes, their lives would be compromised, their future with little hope.

So, as we reflect, we recognise that there is much more we want to do, we remain committed to our goals, we serve to the best of our ability and we look forward to another year of raising awareness for people with disabilities who are unable to speak out on their own.

We are thankful that we have been able to do the work we have done this year and for the opportunity to do more next year.


St. Giles Building
71 Klipfontein Road

NPO Number: 002-936
PBO Number: 130000643

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Living with cerebral palsy and the impact of physical therapy.
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Keith talks high school, bullies, dating and sports.
How cerebral palsy added to his success and his outlook on life.

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To work each day is something people with disabilities have little or no opportunity to do.
The WCCPA’s provision of protective employment each day at 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗩𝗶𝗹𝗹𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝗪𝗼𝗿𝗸 𝗖𝗲𝗻𝘁𝗿𝗲 is a huge blessing for many deserving people.

Specialised transport is required to give our beneficiaries an opportunity to work and expand their lives beyond the restriction of their home environment. Funding for a new bus is an urgent need for the organisation.
Please visit our website so you can read more about the work of The Western Cape Cerebral Palsy Association.
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I did it my way – Maria’s story
A great adventurer, a resourceful and independent force and a great inspirer.

Maria shares her story:
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You may remember Suzy from the days when she was found in our local shops. She spread awareness and raised funds for children with cerebral palsy. We no longer see her in the shopping areas, but she is very available online.

We all seem to be moving at a rapid pace these days, but thankfully much is just a click away! Please will you consider downloading the Donate Nation App today so you can donate to the work of The Western Cape Cerebral Palsy Association via SUZY (who is now digital!)


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