Cerebral Palsy


The sixth annual Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference will take place on Thursday 3 October 2019 at Hampden Park Conference Centre, Glasgow. Hosted by Bobath Scotland, the conference is Scotland's only annual event focussing on cerebral palsy (CP). The conference provides:

  • a meeting place for the cerebral palsy community in Scotland
  • an opportunity to learn about and discuss topical issues
  • an exhibition showcasing charities, services, and other organisations that support people with CP 

The conference is free to attend, and you can register online now

Who should attend

The conference is for all those with experience of CP - either directly, through family, or professionally. Children are welcome to attend with their families.

Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference 2018

The fifth annual Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference and Exhibition was a great success, bringing together around 200 delegates and 40 exhibitors.

Delegates heard from a diverse range of speakers, including Richard Davenport, Chair of the National Advisory Committee for Neurological Conditions and Dr Jenny Preston MBE, Clinical Lead for Neurological Rehabilitation in NHS Ayrshire & Arran.

Workshops on the day covered topics including mental health and CP, making the transition from children’s to adult services, self-directed support, postural care, Bobath therapy, Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

Highlights from the day were captured in this short film, put together by conference contributor and vlogger Jenny Trott.

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