Important COVID-19 Information

CPLF is committed to protecting its staff, clients, and supporting our community during this pandemic. Please consult the following resource for up-to-date information on service changes, precautionary measures, and important announcements:

Providing Services for Individuals with DisAbilities & Seniors

CPLF is recognized as one of Calgary's premier service providers for individuals with disAbilities and seniors since 1989. CPLF is dedicated to promoting dignity, life skill enhancement, self-sufficiency, and personal growth utilizing our unique client-centered approach. The needs of the individual are continuously assessed and support services are developed around the individual's specific needs and wants.

Client Services


Take advantage of a number of our unique home solutions that are inclusive, safe, and affordable for Albertans of all abilities.

Employment and Volunteerism

Meaningful employment and volunteerism supports happiness by fostering friendships, financial autonomy and independence, job skill development, self-growth, dignity, and connection to one’s community.

Community Day Programs

Access and support in areas of recreation and social networking, aspiring to achieve our clients’ goals of learning, development, relaxation, and having fun.


Professional counselling and mental health supports that are safe and timely for our clients.

Trained Staff

Our professional staff are trained in various certifications including Smart Recovery, Lift and Transfers, Medication Administration, Abuse Prevention, Crisis Prevention and Intervention, and Positive Behaviours.

Senior Supports

For those affected by the natural progression of aging, CPLF offers complimentary consults to identify medical and non-medical solutions that consider unique customer needs and wants.


Canyon Plumbing
Canyon Plumbing
HERE FOR YOU. When you see orange, you can feel good knowing that Canyon is here — we’re here with inspiration, ideas, solutions and a whole lot of heart. From new home construction and renovations to our service and showroom, our homegrown values continue to guide us when it comes to taking care of our people, enriching our community and delivering plumbing solutions and services. We’re here for you, always were, and always will be.

Phone: (403) 276-1016       Email:       Supporting seniors and people with disAbilities since 1989.

Activities from Home

Are you stuck at home with nothing to do? Luckily there are lots of ways you can keep busy with activities, resources, and courses online. Here are a few of our favourites:

Mental Health & Self Care

Staying Fit

Learning & Skills

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Architectural Tours: Each Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern time (11 a.m. MST), many public Frank Lloyd Wright sites will share #WrightVirtualVisits via their social media. These short videos introduce sites to new audiences and provide interesting and informal glimpses into their design, history, and more.
  • Edmonton Archives Virtual Exhibits: Learn more about Edmonton’s history with these virtual exhibits. Topics include the first schools, life during World War 1, and the start of Halloween in Edmonton.
  • Museum of Modern Art Courses: A selection of free online classes on contemporary art, fashion, design, and photography.
  • Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Art Courses: The Connect Through Art Studio from Home video series covers some basic art skills and background on art history.
  • Cooking Lessons for Kids: Every week day at 11am MST, Delish will be hosting a live Instagram video for how to cook a kid-friendly recipe.
  • STEM Projects: It’s time to do some experiments! These kid-friendly exercises from KiwiCo are great for those with an big sense of curiosity.
  • Video Courses: This YouTube channel by CrashCourse features lessons on topics from Astronomy to History and Anatomy, sorted by subject.
  • Disney Imagineering in a Box: Do you love visiting Disney parks? They’ve put together a learning series to show you what goes into making one of the most magical places on earth.
  • Daily Experiments: Every day a new activity or experiment! Check out the Telus World of Science on YouTube for the latest video.
  • STEM Education Resource Guide: This is an impressive list of experiments and projects to get those science, technology, education, and mathematical juices flowing.


  • Craft, Cooking, and Exercise Videos: The Calgary Society Of Community Opportunities has started making videos that explore a little bit of everything.
  • Cool Webcams: It’s time to go on a field trip! The AAC has put together a great list of virtual tours, covering everything from the Vancouver Aquarium webcams (we like to watch the otters) to the port of Quebec City or even the International Space Station.
  • Virtual Tours: This document lists several fantastic virtual tours for all sorts of interesting locations.
  • 40 Activities to do from Home: Still not sure what to do to keep busy?  This big list from Reader’s Digest will help you out.
  • City of Calgary At Home Activities: Keep active, healthy, and have fun at home! Each week, they add different ideas and activities to keep children and families connected, engaged, and active while at home.
  • CPAA Virtual Programs: The Cerebral Palsy Association of Alberta offers a great selection of remote programs for a reasonable fee, including Yoga, Music and Art.
  • Fun Fashion Activities: Fashion is the perfect DIY hobby you can do at home! This resource lists several different projects with instructions.