Cerebral Palsy


The exhibition allows delegates to connect with charities, businesses and other organisations that are providing services for people with cerebral palsy in Scotland.

Register for an exhibition stand

This event is a great opportunity for organisations to meet face-to-face with the cerebral palsy community in Scotland.

  • Stands for registered charities are free.
  • Stands for businesses are £200.

Register for your stand by completing the online exhibitor registration form

For further information, please contact: pinky.monaghan@bobath.scot 

Confirmed 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.

Bobath Scotland

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Bobath's team of specialised therapists work together to provide individual therapy for children and adults with cerebral palsy at our centre in Glasgow, and across Scotland through our outreach programme. Throughout the year, we run groups for all ages and stage to provide opportunities for people with CP to develop life skills and build relationships. We raise awareness of cerebral palsy at the national level through our policy and advocacy work.

Calvert Kielder

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Calvert Kielder is respected globally as a leading provider of outdoor experiences for disabled people. We love giving disabled people along with their family, friends and carers, time-out and the opportunity to access a range of inspiring and increasingly challenging experiences and activities. We offer activity holidays and day visits, self-catering holidays and an outstanding adult respite care package.

Capability Scotland - Stanmore House School & Coreseford School

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Corseford School in Renfrewshire and Stanmore House School in Lanarkshire are at the heart of Capability Scotland's learning provision service. We offer children and young people excellent learning opportunities and access to comprehensive nursing, social care and therapy support. We also offer full or part-time residential care, after-school provision and short breaks services.

Communication Matters

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Communication Matters is a UK-wide organisation committed to supporting people of all ages who find speech difficult. We work to promote the best possible communication for people with complex communication needs and we aim to involve AAC users in everything we do.

Contact - For families with disabled children.

Contact - For families with disabled children. Information to follow.

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.

Epilepsy Scotland

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Epilepsy Scotland is a national charity offering support and information via our confidential freephone helpline, information leaflets, welfare rights service, wellbeing service and youth service. We also do training and work with businesses and key stakeholders to ensure better and fairer services for the 55,000 people with epilepsy in Scotland.

Free Wheel North

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Free Wheel North is a cycling development charity in Glasgow devoted to the right of everyone to access health, fresh air and exercise. The Glasgow Green cycling centre has a wide choice of bikes so that everyone can enjoy pedal power. We have hand cycles , tandems, go-karts, family bikes, adapted bikes, side by sides and wheelchair bikes - a bike for everyone regardless of age or ability.

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.

Hart Walker UK Ltd.

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Hart Walker UK - “Challenging Disability, Raising Expectations, Pushing Boundaries”. We design & manufacture bespoke walking devices for young people with mobility difficulties. Our unique range of dynamic, hands-free, devices is supplied globally and has helped many youngsters from toddler up to petite adult to reach their walking potential.

Homelands Trust

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Homelands is a registered charity that provides four accessible, self-catering lodges in the seaside village of Lundin Links, Fife. They are equipped with an extensive range of specialist equipment, provided free of charge. Due to extremely high demand, the trustees have planning permission to build an additional five lodges.

JS Parker Ltd.

JS Parker Ltd is a case management organisation providing services to people with brain injury, spinal injury, cerebral palsy and other complex conditions. We also provide training and an expert witness service.

Leonard Cheshire

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We are Leonard Cheshire – supporting individuals to live, learn and work as independently as they choose, whatever their ability. We’re at the heart of the local life – opening doors to opportunity, choice and support in communities around the globe.

Made for Movement

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Made for Movement Limited is a UK based subsidiary company of Made for Movement Group AS based in Skien, Norway. Our experience has shown us the life-changing impact that movement has for people whose mobility has been affected by disability. We believe that movement and activity improve both health and well-being, regardless of a person’s physical level of functioning. That’s why Made for Movement is dedicated to helping individuals with severe physical disability get into an upright position and moving with innovative products such as the Innowalk, Innowalk PRO, NF Walker and the new HIBBOT Walker.

Moorings Mediquip

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Moorings Mediquip is a National Company, supplying equipment to aid Mobility and enhance the day to day quality of life for all end users.

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.


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PAMIS, promoting a more inclusive society, works solely with and for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and their family carers to ensure they lead valued, healthy and inclusive lives. PAMIS have 27 years’ experience of supporting this group of people and are recognised as the experts in understanding and promoting their needs through research, development of best practice, education, campaigning and specific support.

Scottish Disability Sport

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SDS is the Scottish governing and co-coordinating body of all sports for people of all ages and abilities with a physical, sensory or learning disability. SDS has the vision of leading inclusive sport in Scotland for participants and athletes with physical, sensory or learning disabilities. SDS is also the national governing body for Boccia overseeing the sports development nationwide as well as all performance programs.

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. From learning in new and interactive ways to intuitive and efficient communication for text and symbol users, we have solutions to support you now and in the future. Find out more and contact us at thinksmartbox.com, your questions are always welcome.

S'up Spoon

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S’up Products was formed as a result of the invention of the S’up spoon. The idea of the spoon came from Grant Douglas who found eating soup, cereal and other soft foods difficult as he couldn’t always keep these types of foods on his spoon due to his shaky hands. Grant has shaky hands due to being born with Cerebral Palsy. After looking for a adapted spoon and trying many different pieces of cutlery specifically adapted for disabled people, he had the lightbulb moment of deciding that he needed a spoon with a lid on it. Grant worked with Mark Penver from 4c design to invent the S’up spoon to enable him to eat more, chat more and spill less..

Syngenta Juveniles Cerebral Palsy FC

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We are Syngenta Juveniles Cerebral Palsy Football Club based in Grangemouth, the only established football club in Scotland that caters for kids with cerebral palsy.

VIAS: Values Into Action Scotland

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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

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