Who we are...
Working with families and partners to deliver integrated learning, therapy and care for children in Scotland, the Craighalbert Centre supports the enablement of children affected by motor impairments to achieve their potential and fulfil their ambitions. We specialise in providing support for children and their families affected by acquired brain injury, complex and multiple learning disability and rare congenital and genetic disorders. We have particular expertise in working with children and supporting families affected by Cerebral Palsy and Rett Syndrome.
We offer integrated learning, care and therapy for children from birth to 19 years. Our services include an independent school, nursery services, short term intensive residential programmes, an assessment service, group programmes and individual child and family support.
Services are provided on site at our Cumbernauld base, in family homes, at partner facilities throughout Scotland and through video link practitioner directed therapy sessions.
In addition to direct support to families, the Centre also offers partnership working, support and guidance for practitioners working with children and families affected by childhood disability.
The Craighalbert Centre is also known as the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments.
“Without Craighalbert we would be lost. My girl loves the Centre, the staff and going to school"
"Craighalbert has been of immense support to us . . . and given us both reassurance and information regarding our daughter's potential."