This year we are fortunate to have ambassadors from across Canada! Click below to read more about them.
Kyle Miller is a Canadian-born Golf Professional from Calgary, Alberta. He is the only Golf Professional to play in a PGA sanctioned event with his specific physical limitations caused by cerebral palsy, completely affecting his entire left side.Read more
Doug’s daughter Olivia has spastic cerebral palsy – so naturally she’s his primary motivation for stepping up to raise awareness and money during Steptember. This is Doug's third year participating in the Steptember Challenge.Read more
Cash was a healthy baby until just after his first birthday when he had a seizure that took away all the milestones he had met. Currently Cash does not have a diagnosis for his neurological condition but one specialist told his that it very much resembles CP.Read more
Husky is sure to win many hearts with his contagious smile and happy demeanor. He has very limited voluntary movement, however, he's very social and loves to dance.Read more
Arlene is a daycare owner – three years ago a little girl who has cerebral palsy started at her centre. The little girl has inspired the staff and other families to step up to the challenge of raising both funds and awareness for CP.Read more
Meet Drs Annette and Keiko
Dr. Keiko & Dr. Annette are based at the School of Physical & Occupational Therapy at McGill University. They work closely with CP associations across Canada and have recently developed the Jooay App which helps locate sports, arts and other recreational activities in local communities that are inclusive or adapted to children with special needs. They’re looking forward to continuing to spread awareness while getting a bit more active this Steptember!Read more