Cerebral Palsy

Exhibitors


The Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference is a great opportunity for people with CP and their families to find out about services, charities and organisations that can support you. 

Are you interested in exhibiting at Cerebral Palsy Scotland 2018?

Our exhibition package includes:

  • Clothed table, two chairs and power access
  • Your company logo, 50-word profile and contact details on our conference website
  • A link from the Current Exhibitors section of our website to yours

Businesses are charged £200 for a stand. Charities and social enterprises can take a stand free of charge.
To register for an exhibition stand, please complete our online form

For enquiries, please contact: anna.hunter@bobath.scot 


Current Exhibitors

Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland

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As a national network, we provide information on Augmentative and Alternative Communication services across Scotland. We act as a single point of contact for people in Scotland who want to find out more about the AAC Community or who need to find AAC services. We publish books and resources to help professionals and parents implement AAC systems for both children and adults. We have User Forum sessions and provide other opportunities for people who use AAC to meet up and share their experiences. We sponsor a Family Fun Day and Discovery Technology Days where families and AAC Users can come together to try out the very latest in communication technology.

Baffin Technology Systems

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Baffin Technology Systems is a company providing innovative multifunctional sit to stand systems and seating systems for children and adults.

Bobath Scotland

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Bobath's team of specialised therapists work together to provide therapy for children and adults with Cerebral Palsy, at our centre in Glasgow, and also across Scotland through our outreach programme. Additionally, we run a range of groups that provide opportunities for people with CP to develop life skills and to mix with their peers. We raise awareness of issues related to living with Cerebral Palsy at the national level through our policy and advocacy work.

CALL Scotland

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CALL Scotland is the Scottish centre of excellence in assistive and communication technologies for learners with additional support needs. We support children with communication difficulties arising from conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism and dyslexia. CALL provides Assessment and Support, Information and Advice, Equipment Loans, and Training.

Calvert Trust Kielder

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Calvert Trust Kielder offers exhilarating outdoor activity breaks and day visits, self-catering holidays and an outstanding adult respite care package. Our centre is located in a woodland site, within the magnificent Kielder Water & Forest Park, which spans 250 square miles and is home to the largest forest in England and the largest man-made lake in northern Europe.

Caudwell Children

Information to follow

Child Brain Injury Trust

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The Child Brain Injury Trust supports children who have experienced acquired brain injury, their families and involved professionals. Regional Child and Family Support Co-ordinators provide children, young people and families with the support that they need in order to live their lives to the full, within their local community.

Digby Brown Solicitors

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Digby Brown Solicitors is Scotland's largest personal injury firm and the only one in Scotland to be top ranked by both the top two independent legal directories in the UK: Chambers Guide to the UK Legal profession and Legal 500. Our specialist Clinical Negligence Department has for many years helped families of children with cerebral palsy find answers and where appropriate seek fair compensation. With offices throughout Scotland, we believe we can help when it really matters.

Disability Snowsport UK

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Disability Snowsport UK exists to enable anybody, regardless of disability, to take part in and enjoy skiing and snowboarding. We have equipment designed to help anybody access the snow, either standing or sitting, alongside trained and qualified adaptive instructors. In Scotland we have ski schools at Snow Factor near Glasgow and Midlothian Snowsports Centre near Edinburgh as well as on Cairngorm Mountain in the winter.

Free Wheel North

Information to follow

Glasgow Disability Alliance

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Glasgow Disability Alliance is a charity controlled and run by disabled people, providing free, accessible learning opportunities for disabled people of all ages and any type of impairment/disability or long term condition.

Neuro Physio Scotland

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A neurological physiotherapist has the specialist skills to help people with neurological conditions. All our physiotherapists specialise in the treatment of neurological disorders such as cerebral palsy. We have adult and children’s physiotherapy specialists. We use the latest rehabilitation technologies to help our clients maximise their fitness, function and quality of life.

PAMIS

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PAMIS (Promoting A More Inclusive Society) Pamis – Promoting a more inclusive society – is the only organisation that works across Scotland solely for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (pmld) and their family carers to ensure they have access to healthy, valued and included lives.

Smartbox Assistive Technology

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We create technology to help children and adults with disabilities communicate, access computers and control the environment around them. We believe that everyone has the right to communicate and reach their potential, so our products reflect the unique needs of every individual.

VIAS: Values Into Action Scotland

VIAS was established in 2007 and promotes rights, choice and control for people with learning difficulties and individuals on the autistic spectrum. We work with other organisations to ensure that people live good, ordinary, independent lives in the community with person centred supports. Our main areas of work are around providing training and consultancy, campaigning and conducting research into what does and doesn't work in the lives of people with learning difficulties and individuals on the autistic spectrum.

Your Options Understood

Y.O.U offers a range of independent advice and services including advocacy, staff training, self directed support advice and consultancy.

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