The Cerebral Palsy Scotland centre has three specialist therapy rooms on the ground floor.
Each therapy room is equipped with a plinth, ceiling track hoist, therapy benches and supports. We also have a huge toy cupboard on the ground floor, packed with toys and games that are always in use for children’s therapy sessions.
There is an accessible toilet on the ground floor, with plinth, toilet chair and ceiling track hoist available.
Downstairs, there is an accessible kitchen and meeting space that is used for group activities or individual sessions.
On the first floor are our staff offices and two meeting rooms. All floors are accessible by lift.
Cerebral Palsy Scotland’s therapy centre is located at 10 High Craighall Road, Glasgow, G4 9UD.
If you have any difficulty finding the centre, please phone us on 0141 352 5000.
Getting here by car
Coming from the M8 Westbound: at junction 16, take slip road left toward Aberfoyle/George Square. Turn right onto A879. Go straight through the mini roundabout. At the traffic lights turn left passing Speirs Wharf development on the left hand side. Take the next right onto Borron Street. Turn immediately first right onto High Craighall Road.
Coming from the M8 Eastbound: at junction 17, take slip road left for A82 towards Dumbarton. Take immediate left fork to Aberfoyle. At traffic lights turn right onto A804/St Georges Road. Go straight through the next set of traffic lights and continue up St Georges Road, staying in left hand lane. At next main set of traffic lights, continue ahead onto Possil Road. At traffic lights (The Point centre will be on your left) turn right onto A879/Craighall Road. Turn left onto Borron Street and then immediately turn right onto High Craighall Road.
The centre has a car park next to the building. There are three accessible parking spaces available for use. Please note that parking on High Craighall Road (directly outside the centre) is not permitted. If the centre car park is full, our staff will be able to direct you to a nearby car park.
Getting here by public transport
For up-to-date information on reaching Cerebral Palsy Scotland by public transport, please access Traveline Scotland.