Bobath Scotland trustee, Elaine Boyd, is currently taking part in the Flying Scholarships for Disabled People (FSDP) scheme. In an update on her last blog, Elaine Boyd shares her experience of her first day flying!
We strongly urge those with experience of Cerebral Palsy to take part in a series of engagement events to shape Scotland’s first National Action Plan on Neurological Conditions.
Bobath Scotland needs to raise £8.50 of every £10 we spend to deliver our services and support to children and adults with cerebral palsy. We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with TAM Asset Management in a new initiative that allows individuals to invest their money while raising funds for our therapy centre.
We are excited to share this blog post from one of our Bobath trustees, Elaine Boyd. Elaine has cerebral palsy, and has recently embarked on a Flying Scholarship, through the Flying Scholarships for Disabled People (FSDP) scheme.