Advice & Information
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
Tel: 01224 559559
The ARCHIE Foundation supports the healthcare of more than 100,000 sick children in the north of Scotland every year, with fundraising teams in Aberdeen, Inverness and Dundee.
132 Hamilton Place,
Facebook group: Aberdeen and District Cerebral Palsy association
Aberdeen & District Cerebral Palsy Association is a small, local charity whose prime function is to assist individuals of all ages and their families affected by cerebral palsy.
Cerebral Palsy Therapy Centre,
Bradbury House, 10 High Craighall Road,
Glasgow G4 9UD
Tel: 0141 352 5000
Bobath Scotland exists to improve the quality of life for people with cerebral palsy. We provide specialist therapy from our Glasgow-based therapy centre, offer specialist knowledge, training and support.
Tel: 0131 651 6235
CALL Scotland’s aim is to help children and young people to overcome disability and barriers to learning created by their environment, and to fulfill their potential.
Second Floor Offices, The Lyric Buildings,
Freephone: 0800 3281159
Tel: 01267 244200
Fax: 01267 244201
Cerebra is a unique national charity that strives to improve the lives of children with neurological conditions, through research, information and direct, on-going support.
57 Albion Road,
Tel: 0131 475 2598
The Child Brain Injury Trust supports children and young people affected by childhood acquired brain injury, their families and those professionals supporting them. Regional Child and Family Support Co-ordinators are available to offer support, help to demystify acquired brain injury in children and implement appropriate support strategies.
You can also find a range of factsheets available on their website, which aim to give useful information about relevant areas of acquired brain injury.
3 Renshaw Place,
Tel: 01698 737 000
ENABLE Scotland strives to ensure that every person who has a learning disability will have the choice and control to live the life they choose.
1 High Street,
Tel: 01467 629675
Grampian Opportunities (GO) supports disabled people and people with mental health problems to have choice and control in their lives. They support their members to increase their confidence and skill levels by providing supported opportunities in admin/office work, marketing, advertising, finance, events organisation, journalism, IT, driving etc. They also run their own mentoring service – New Explorations Mentoring Service, which gives members the opportunity to explore issues and the chance to talk through experiences and problems with a trained mentor, who will support them to reach a decision with which they are happy and confident about.
The Head injury information Directory is an online resource for anyone affected by or working in the field of brain injury. The website’s purpose is to bring together information on the many organisations who are involved in brain injury in Scotland.
HemiHelp is a charity providing support and information to children and young people with hemiplegia and their families in the UK.
Suite 353, 4th Floor,
93 Hope St,
Tel: 0141 572 0782
PAMIS provides support for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), their family, carers and interested professionals, with offices in five different locations throughout Scotland; Dundee, Fife, Stonehaven, Glasgow and Hamilton.
Boundary Industrial Estate,
Tel 01902 212451
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Promise Dreams is a national registered children’s charity that was launched in 2001 to make dreams come true for seriously & terminally ill children, and their families, across the UK.
43 Middlesex Street,
Tel: 0300 330 9292
Sense Scotland support thousands of disabled people and their families, in thousands of projects and services, throughout Scotland.
8 Hope Park Square,
Tel: 0131 651 1392
Sleep Scotland is a charity which promotes healthy sleep in children and young people through sleep awareness, sleep counselling and education.
Office 16-18, Hillington Business Centre,
15-17 Nasmyth Road,
Tel: 0141 212 3395
Values Into Action Scotland (VIAS) promote the rights & equality of people with learning difficulties & individuals on the autistic spectrum.