Practical Support for Cerebral Palsy
205 Bath Street,
Tel: 07540 614 121
H1 Healthcare is a family owned healthcare recruitment agency, working with the NHS and major private and public healthcare providers.
Tel: 0141 255 0304 (Glasgow) or 0131 564 0404 (Edinburgh)
Neuro Physio Scotland have neurological physiotherapists that cover Edinburgh, East and West Lothian, large parts of the Borders and Fife, as well as the Greater Glasgow Area.
The Paediatric Physiotherapy department cover the whole of the Scottish borders, but can be contacted at:
Borders general Hospital
Tel: 01896 827231
For further information about this service, please refer to their 'Paediatric Physiotherapy Service - About us' leaflet.
If you live within the Borders and wish your child to be assessed by a Physiotherapist you can self refer by completing the request for assistance form.
Tel: 01387 244581
Physiotherapy staff are based at three different locations across the Dumfries & Galloway region. In Dumfries the base is The Willows, Children, Young People and Family Centre, there is also a physiotherapist based at Newton Stewart Hospital and physiotherapy and occupational therapy at the Waverley Medical Centre, Stranraer.
Referral to these services can be made using the generic request for assistance form. Self referrals into the service are also accepted from parents.
Tel: 0300 3030 243
NHS Lanarkshire's Paediatric Physiotherapy service. Parents can self refer any child aged 0-16 living or attending school in the Lanarkshire area.
Based in four locations throughout Scotland: Cardonald, Broxburn, Dundee and Crosshill, Fife.
Tel: 0141 237 4884
Nordoff Robbins Scotland is a music therapy charity, dedicated to changing the lives of vulnerable and isolated people.
1 Craighalbert Way,
Tel: 01236 456100
The Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments provide educational and therapy services for children and young people throughout Scotland affected by cerebral palsy and related conditions.
Self Directed Support
Tel: 07938 998 091
Y.O.U. offer independent advice so that those living with a disability can have control over their daily support, they can get support to do the things they want to do, at times when they want to do them, and supported by people they choose.
57 Albion Road,
Tel: 0131 475 2623
Self Directed Support Scotland (SDSS) is a national membership organisation which actively promotes Independent Living by supporting, working with and championing the aims of Self Directed Support disabled people's organisations.