The Centre will be organizing a seminar on Whole Body Vibration for children with special needs on 28 March 2020 (Saturday). This is the first time a seminar of this type being held in Malaysia. We believe this will benefit the professionals working with special needs children, parents and children with special needs. The seminar is open to physiotherapist(s), occupational therapist(s) and parents with special needs children. Only 50-slots are available. Those interested please register as early as possible. Please click HERE for further details.



Vacancy for the post of Occupational Therapist at CPCAP.

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The Spastic Children’s Association of Penang was founded by THE ROTARY CLUB OF PENANG in the year 1962. From its humble beginning at St. Andrew Presbyterian Church in Codrington Avenue and then at the mansion of the late Mr. Lim Cheng Ean at 67 Northam Road catering for about 21 children with Cerebral Palsy. The Association’s name was changed from The Spastic Children’s Association of Penang to The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association of Penang in 1994. Presently, The Cerebral Palsy (Spastic) Children’s Association is located at 425, Jalan Masjid Negeri, 11600 Pulau Pinang on a 1.7 acres plot of land courtesy of the late Tan Sri Dato Loh Boon Siew and Lam Wah Ee Trustees.

We provide various services :

Special Education

Early Intervention Programme

Preschool Education

Primary Education

Kelas Zamrud

Kelas Baiduri

Kelas Jed

DELL Learning Centre

Practical Class

Sheltered Workshop

Outreach Branch Bukit Mertajam

Speech Therapy


Occupational Therapy


We celebrated our Golden Jubilee (1962-2012) with the theme, “FIFTY YEARS OF LOVE & COMMITMENT”. The celebration to commemorate this momentous event began with the ‘Open Day’ held at CPCAP on 19th May 2012. The main objective of this was to raise the public’s awareness about cerebral palsy and services available at the Centre. The Open Day was also aimed at encouraging the participation and involvement of the public towards children and persons with cerebral palsy.


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