“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?
Hands are usually the most common way we pick up germs from the surfaces around us. Door handles, phones, light switches, filing cabinet keys, wheelchair brakes, shopping trolleys, covering our mouths when we cough – all ways we can pick up germs. The best way to prevent spreading germs is by washing our hands properly and regularly.
A NHS guide to posture, from basic postural information to what you and your practitioner can do during the Covid 19 Outbreak.
Reflecting on her experience as an occupational therapist, Sandra MacKay makes some suggestions about how we can fill our time now that daily routines have changed.
We have put together the following advice for people with cerebral palsy and those that support them to answer key questions about coronavirus and CP.
The Cerebral Palsy Scotland website is managed and maintained by Bobath Scotland. In April, Bobath Scotland will change name to Cerebral Palsy Scotland, and this website will change too. We want to share with you the reasons behind this move.