Bobath Scotland event marks World Cerebral Palsy Day

Family on the couch

Wednesday 1 October was World CP Day, a global innovation project to change the world for people living with cerebral palsy and their families.

To mark the day, Bobath Scotland held a one-day event at Glasgow’s Hampden Park, supported by Digby Brown. 

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Stephanie Fraser Bobath Scotland speaking at event

Stephanie Fraser, Chief Executive of Bobath Scotland, opening the event

Bobath Scotland are a Scottish charity devoted to improving the quality of life for children and adults with cerebral palsy, including providing specialist therapy services. More information on this inspirational charity, who Digby Brown support and work alongside, can be found on their website at https://cerebralpalsyscotland.org.uk/.

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Sue Grant speaking at Bobath CP Event 2014

Sue Grant, Digby Brown Partner and Head of our Clinical Negligence team, speaking at the conference

The event brought together individuals and families living with cerebral palsy and organisations, service providers and experts working in the field and featured a Question Time chaired by Louise White, presenter of BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Morning Call’ programme.

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Bobath CP 2014 Question Time

Question Time panellists discussing issues affecting individuals and families living with cerebral palsy

Find the full programme for the 2014 Bobath event, which includes information on a range of organisations working in the field.

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Bobath CP attendees 2014

All photos by Guy Hinks