Therapy at Cerebral Palsy Scotland can be funded in different ways.
Funded therapy for children
- Our Better Start programme offers funded therapy sessions to children and their families.
- Our fortnightly Baby buds sessions for children aged 0-2 and their families are offered at no cost to families.
From time to time, funded projects for specific ages, areas or other criteria become available. Keep updated by signing up to our newsletter and following us on social media.
Funding children’s therapy at Cerebral Palsy Scotland
Therapy at Cerebral Palsy Scotland can be funded through Self-Directed Support.
If you are not funding therapy through Self-Directed Support, we normally ask families to contribute £2,500 to the cost of a group of therapy sessions.
The full cost of a group of therapy sessions costs around £7,000. Cerebral Palsy Scotland tops up the remaining amount through our own fundraising.
If you are not able to meet the costs of therapy, please don’t worry. We will never turn anyone away simply on the basis of ability to pay. If you or your child has a primary diagnosis of cerebral palsy, please contact us to discuss how we can help.
Fundraising for therapy sessions
Many individuals or families raise money to contribute towards the cost of therapy sessions.
If you would like to help raise money towards the costs of therapy, please call the fundraising team on 0141 352 5000 or contact us and we’ll give you all the help you need to get started.
Please talk to us if you’re thinking of setting up an online fundraising page as we can help you to take advantage of Gift Aid.
For full details of our self-funding policy, please download our guidelines for self-funding therapy for adults and children in Scotland.