The Steadward Centre for Personal & Physical Achievement actively supports inclusion and independence for children, youth and adults living with impairments. We do this through knowledge-sharing, research, education, and collaboration with local, national and international organizations. read more about us...


Community Updates
New program offerings and program schedule in the Adapted Fitness Program for Adults.

Our goal is to ensure that that each of our members receives high-quality, individual-centered programming. READ MORE about AFPA changes.  

Adult Winter Program guides are available! 

Adult program guides and registration are available.  Click here to read more...

Free2BMe 

Free2BME winter program brochure and registration still open!

Para Swim Development Program

Learn competitive swimming in a fun, safe environment. read more...

Volunteer Opportunities!

Check out the volunteer opportunities pages to find more options.

Community Exercise Transition Initiative

TSC offers training and consultation in adapted physical activity to facilities, individuals and organizations. If you are interested contact CET project coordinator: Bobbi-Jo Atchison ph: 780-492-9389. Read more about community transition… 

News Reel

  1. 5th Annual Maraj-a-thon Friday November 28

    November 19 2014

    Sweaty head and wristbands. The distinct POP of hard black balls echoing as they careen off scuffed court walls. The squeak of court shoes as they shift direction on the fly. Fans cheering their favourite players on... Yes, it's the annual Maraj-a-thon! Dr. Brian Maraj and his motley crew of faculty and Steadward Centre "squash-bucklers" are ready to smash last year's total and raise funds for Free2BMe.

  2. Donation from Al Shamal Shriners Gives kids in Free2BMe program a boost

    November 06 2014

    On Wednesday, October 21, two representatives of Edmonton’s Al Shamal Shrine dropped by The Steadward Centre’s Free2BMe program. They brought a gift of $25,000.00 to present to Centre Associate Director, Karen Slater in support of Free2BMe physical activity programs for kids and teens living with impairment.

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