Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Professional Lead for Quality and Care Alison Philipps at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP1REmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Professional Lead for Quality and Care Alison Philipps at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Gregor Marshall with his mum Karen as Gregor has a ride on the wheelchair swing in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP14Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Gregor Marshall with his mum Karen as Gregor has a ride on the wheelchair swing in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Gregor Marshall with his mum Karen as Gregor has a ride on the wheelchair swing in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP2WEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Gregor Marshall with his mum Karen as Gregor has a ride on the wheelchair swing in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Early Years Practitoner Carole King (left) alongside Nicola Devlin with her sons Sean Kearns and Evan (back to camera) as they take part in Parent-led aquatic therapy in the Hydrotherapy pool at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP0XEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Early Years Practitoner Carole King (left) alongside Nicola Devlin with her sons Sean Kearns and Evan (back to camera) as they take part in Parent-led aquatic therapy in the Hydrotherapy pool at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Class teacher Margaret Poli holds centre mascot sully as they take part in a story massage session via Zoom at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP37Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Class teacher Margaret Poli holds centre mascot sully as they take part in a story massage session via Zoom at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 John McKellan assists with IT as Louis Douglas (top left) and Logan Quinn take part in a story massage session via Zoom with class teacher Margaret Poli at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP0GEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 John McKellan assists with IT as Louis Douglas (top left) and Logan Quinn take part in a story massage session via Zoom with class teacher Margaret Poli at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 (left to right) Kim McMaster alongside Specialist Physiotherapist Jenni Coulter and Oliver Cunningham with Specialist Physiotherapist Leah Honohan using the weighing scales during a shared theraplay session in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP2TEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 (left to right) Kim McMaster alongside Specialist Physiotherapist Jenni Coulter and Oliver Cunningham with Specialist Physiotherapist Leah Honohan using the weighing scales during a shared theraplay session in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 (left to right) Kim McMaster alongside Specialist Physiotherapist Jenni Coulter and Oliver Cunningham with Specialist Physiotherapist Leah Honohan using the weighing scales during a shared theraplay session in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP2YEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 (left to right) Kim McMaster alongside Specialist Physiotherapist Jenni Coulter and Oliver Cunningham with Specialist Physiotherapist Leah Honohan using the weighing scales during a shared theraplay session in the outside therapy area at the Craighalbert Centre. These sessions are taking place to deliver blended learning to children who are shielding. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Professional Lead for Quality and Care Alison Philipps at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP26Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Professional Lead for Quality and Care Alison Philipps at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Chief Executive at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments Robert Fraser at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP24Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Chief Executive at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments Robert Fraser at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
 EMBARGOED TO 0001 MONDAY JUNE 5 EDITORIAL USE ONLY Sophie Hellyer with her daughter April, 22 months, from Melksham, Wiltshire and their pet cat Pixie, who has been nominated in the 'Hero Cat' category in this yearsÕ Cats Protection's National Cat Awards, sponsored by Purina.
RM2CHC5C0 EMBARGOED TO 0001 MONDAY JUNE 5 EDITORIAL USE ONLY Sophie Hellyer with her daughter April, 22 months, from Melksham, Wiltshire and their pet cat Pixie, who has been nominated in the 'Hero Cat' category in this yearsÕ Cats Protection's National Cat Awards, sponsored by Purina.
Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Practioner Kimberley O'Meara with her children Hailey and Millie as they walk past Sully, the centre mascot, at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.
RM2CHGP1YEmbargoed to 0001 Monday June 22 Practioner Kimberley O'Meara with her children Hailey and Millie as they walk past Sully, the centre mascot, at the Craighalbert Centre. Coronavirus adaptations have been installed at the Scottish Centre for Children with Motor Impairments, Craighalbert Centre, Cumbernauld, as Scotland continues gradually lifting coronavirus lockdown measures.