CPD Event - Promoting Activity & Participation
Open to paediatric therapists, paediatricians or equivalent and education staff
People who have additional needs sometimes find Christmas activities and events aren’t always accessible - here is a guide from Bernie Hunter to help you out.
The Bobath Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Group
Supported by Cerebral Palsy Aberdeen, Bobath Scotland will be running therapy sessions for adults with CP in the Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire area.
Jill Clark attended the Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference earlier this month. Here are her thoughts on the day.
The sixth Cerebral Palsy Scotland Conference and Exhibition brought together a record number of delegates to discuss key issues facing the cerebral palsy community.
Bobath volunteer Bernie blogs about World Cerebral Palsy Day on 6 October, the #GoGreen4CP campaign, why it is important and how you can get involved.
Jill Clark speaks to people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to find out more about day to day life as an AAC user.
The Cerebral Palsy Scotland FaceBook group for adults is two years old on 25 July. The group now has over 140 members.
In this blog, Jill Clark looks at whether people are getting enough support with their communication devices.
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