About Us

We rely solely on donations and member support to run our services, and to ensure the sustainability of the Association, so that our vision may be achieved – growth through awareness.

Our Mission

The KwaZulu-Natal Cerebral Palsy Association serves to cater for the needs of the Cerebral Palsied and Learning Disabled of all ages and groups in KwaZulu-Natal to enable them to attain their maximum level of independence and integration into the community.

In its objective to promote the well being of the Cerebral Palsied and Learning Disabled, the KwaZulu-Natal Cerebral Palsy Association works to raise funds to support institutions which will provide services such as specialised diagnosis and assessment, treatment, educational programs, post-school social, employment and residential facilities.

Our Vision

The success of our team is to be measured through a dynamic marketing plan, which includes fundraising schemes and projects capable of generating new substantial cash income thereby creating a positive cash inflow.

This leads to:

  • The identification and promotion of new projects
  • Care of our existing projects
  • The well being and needs of our staff

With integrity and enthusiasm, communication and administrative issues will be addressed by the development of detailed policy and procedure manuals as well as the computerisation and streamlining of the database.

Our History

The Association was founded in 1969, in order to provide support services and care to the Cerebral Palsied community. The purpose of the Association is to cater for the needs of those living with Cerebral Palsy, and to create awareness in communities and society as a whole, about the disability and of the people who live with it. We strive to attain integration and normalcy for these individuals.

Some Fun Facts about our Association
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