The Alberta Cerebral Palsy Sports Association is currently runs Boccia Programs in Edmonton and Calgary. Boccia is a paralympic sport that involves throwing, kicking, or using a ramp with the help of an assistant to propel a soft leather ball towards a target. The possibility to use assistive equipment such as ramps and head pointers allows individuals with a wide range of disabilities to play. No experience is required and we provide all equipment.

Boccia is a strategic precision sport held in a fun, supportive environment to develop both physical and cognitive skills. There opportunities to compete provincially, nationally and internationally. Individuals of all ages and abilities are welcome to participate.

*Pre-registration for this program is recommended due to limited equipment. Register online by clicking the Register tab at the top of the page.

First time for NEW players is free to try.

Please email us at for more information.


Edmonton Program

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital, Main Gym: 10230 111 Avenue NW Edmonton, AB

Wednesdays from 5:30-7:00 PM

FALL 2017:

September 6, 13, 20, 27 October 4, 11, 18, 25 November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

Calgary Program

If you are interested in boccia, we will be coordinating more try-it sessions, in concert with Wheelchair Sports Alberta, working towards regularly offered boccia sessions. If you are interested in boccia, please contact Ryan van Kuelen at

ACPSA Fun Nights

Join us on Fun Nights for non-competitive Fun Games from 6:00-8:00pm at

Holyrood Elementary School, 7920 94 Ave., Edmonton, Ab   T6C 1W4
(go to entrance off parking lot on 79 ave, not marked main entrance on 94 Avenue-the night custodian cannot hear the door bell and the doors are locked at night)

2017: December 4, 18

Cost and Registration

Annual ACPSA Membership: $25 

Block Pass: $60

Annual Pass (includes 3 blocks and annual membership): $150

Register online by clicking our Register tab at the top of the page!


Edmonton Program:

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital

 10230 111 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta


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