Their mission is to help people with cerebral palsy build skills, knowledge, confidence and relationships. They advocate for the CP community to have life-long access to knowledgeable, compassionate services and support. The charity does this by providing specialist individual therapy and group activities, training, and opportunities for the CP community in Scotland to come together to learn, stay well and make the most of their abilities.

Did you know...

1 in 450 children will be diagnosed with CP.

CP is the most common physical disability in childhood.

CP affects a person’s ability to control their movement, posture and balance.

No two people experience CP in the same way. How someone is affected will depend on the type of CP a person has and how much of their body is affected.

How your donations can help support the charity

£15 could buy memory sticks to record therapy sessions for parents to use at home.

£46 could pay for a therapist to undertake a virtual assessment with a family.

£100 could pay for specialist wedges to make therapy sessions more comfortable.

Other ways to support

Helping the fundraising team with shows, events or collections.

Placing collection boxes in your local community.

Getting together with a few friends or colleagues to form a fundraising group and organising a quiz, race night, dinner dance, jumble sale, coffee morning or any other event!

Asking your employer/business or friends to adopt Cerebral Palsy Scotland as their charity of the year.


Bradbury House, 10 High Craighall Road
G4 9UD

Contact Number

0141 352 5000