Alfie's Story

“The whole Bobath experience taught us that we’re not alone in this. The staff were so professional, pleasant and un-fazed by it all. Physically and emotionally, for Alfie and all of us, it was a fantastic experience. It really was a turning point for us – of acceptance of Alfie’s cerebral palsy and that, although life will be very different for him, it does not mean it will be bad.


Referral Form

If you would like to refer your child for therapy, or have any questions about how to access Bobath services, please fill in our referral form.

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Bobath Scotland
Cerebral Palsy Therapy Centre
Bradbury House
10 High Craighall Road
G4 9UD


0141 352 5000


0141 352 5016


General Enquiry -

For press enquiries, speak to Stephanie Fraser (CEO) on 0141 352 5000 or email her at

Bobath Babies

Bobath Babies is our fortnightly group for children aged 0-3 and their parents or carers. We welcome any family who is concerned about their child’s motor development, or have been given a diagnosis of cerebral palsy.

Run by our team of therapists, Bobath Babies is a fun, relaxed group full of messy play, sensory exploration, songs and movement!

Sessions are designed to provide your child with opportunities to develop their movement, balance, coordination and communication.

Bobath Babies is also a great way to meet other parents in similar situations, and each group finishes with a chance to have a cup of coffee or tea and a chat. Bobath Babies runs fortnightly on a Thursday. The next dates are: 

  • 22 March: 10.00-11.15
  • 5 April: 10.00-11.15
  • 19 April: 10.00-11.15
  • 3 May: 10.00-11.15
  • 17 May: 10.00-11.15
  • 31 May: 10.00-11.15
  • 7 June: 10.00-11.15
  • 21 June: 10.00-11.15

You can apply to take part in Bobath Buddies at any time. Please fill in the form below, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

People's Postcode Trust

People’s Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery. Bobath
Scotland received a grant from the Trust to fund our 'Bobath Babies' group. To read more about their work visit their website at