“I was blessed with incredible parents. They found creative ways to help me become independent.”
“It’s a battle to get her to do half an hour of physio, but she’ll do two hours of gymnastics.”
“Dylan’s using parts of his brain that others might not use, he’s finding other ways.”
“The therapists did things I hadn’t even thought about to get Cooper ready for nursery.”
Find out who can help you make that first transition to nursery a success.
The low down on equipment, growth spurts and preparing for big school.
Getting through the adolescent years successfully, ready for the next stage of life.
Regular therapy and activity can help you stay fit and well. Are you making the most out of what's out there?
We are pleased to say that we are having another get together for adults with cerebral palsy on 10 December.
Some people may think that disability and employment don’t go in the same sentence. But in this blog I have interviewed a number of disabled workers who I hope will change people’s views.
This panel session, filmed at the Cerebral Scotland Conference 2018, provides information and personal experiences on making the transition from children's to adult services.
Held on 4 October at Hampden Park, the fifth annual Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference and Exhibition was a great success, bringing together around 200 delegates and 40 exhibitors.