Scotland's leading charity for spinal cord injury 0800 013 2305
Our team of volunteers do amazing work every day! If you have time and energy to give come and volunteer with Spinal Injuries Scotland. Read more
Our free membership gives you access to; Free legal and welfare advice, our small grants scheme, reduced rates at Clober Farm, confidential advice and support from our Peer Support Team and our quarterly magazine. Read more
Clober Farm is a converted farmhouse which has been transformed into a fully accessible living accommodation and accessible garden with patio area and raised beds, designed with the wheelchair user in mind. Close to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. Open all year. Read more
Spinal Injuries Scotland provides a legal and welfare advice service. This is free for members of Spinal Injuries Scotland in partnership with Digby Brown Solicitors. Read more
Spinal Injuries Scotland provides a legal and welfare advice service. This is free for members of Spinal Injuries Scotland in partnership with Digby Brown Solicitors.
Dedicated healthcare home delivery service for our members of your pharmaceutical, urology, stoma and lifestyle needs - provided by Bullen Healthcare in partnership with Spinal Injuries Scotland. You will benefit from your own dedicated personal adviser and a great range of complimentary items.
Spinal Injuries Scotland is a charity that wants to make a difference in society. We are ambitious to achieve positive change so that people with a spinal cord injury can live their daily lives in a more equal environment.
We are hosting our annual BBQ and activities day at Castle Semple on June 30th 2021. Come along and try kyaking, hand biking, sailing and canoeing totally free! Read more
Digby Browns Winter Dinner Dance will be happening on November 2021. Read more
The Virtual Kiltwalk Weekend 2021 is set for the weekend of April 23 - 25 Read more
Reg Young has joined our team as Peer Support Advisor for Dumfries and Galloway, the role is to provide support to others in the area who are living with spinal cord injuries and to arrange events. Read more
The Motability Scheme enables anyone in receipt of a higher rate mobility allowance to exchange that allowance for a lease of a car, scooter, powered wheelchair or Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle. The Scheme provides flexible and hassle-free access to a brand new, reliable vehicle of your choice – giving you greater freedom, every day. Read more
For those who have spent time in the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit (QENSIU) will know the importance of the monthly social nights that Laura Torrance has been hosting for the last 5 years. Read more