The Cerebral Palsy Scotland Facebook group for adults held a summer get together for adults with cerebral palsy on the 27th of June at Bobath Scotland. The get together was a great success and a good turnout. We had about 15 people came not including carers so it was a very busy place.
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 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.
Learn about some of Jill's experiences of getting involved to change things for the better for people with disabilities.
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