We are pleased to announce that Bobath Scotland has 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.
In this new blog post, our Communications Assistant Jill Clark highlights the new AAC legislation that has come into force in Scotland, and what this means to her as a user of AAC.
At Bobath we have been running a group called Teen Academy for many years now for one week in the summer holidays. Teen Academy is for young people between 14-18 with cerebral palsy to come and learn and build up new skills like cooking or make-up or DJing and many more.
We are strongly encouraging you to complete an important survey that will inform the development of the Scotland's first-ever national Action Plan for Neurological Conditions.
New legislation has come into force in Scotland which states that a person who has lost their voice or has difficulty speaking must be provided with communication equipment, and support to use it.