- 22 bedrooms, all en-suite
- Three separate lounge areas including two quiet lounges
- Dining room
- Therapy room
- Activities room for craft, sewing, painting etc
- Large front and back gardens
- Chicken coop
- Active social / activities programme
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Campsie Neurological Care Centre, in Kirkintilloch, near Glasgow, is a specialist residential 22 bed centre providing three services: complex disability management, neuropalliative care, and respite care.
Campsie Neurological Care Centre, Kirkintilloch, Glasgow has been designed to care for adults who are medically stable, with a range of neurological conditions . The centre provides long term person-centred care, and support for adults with huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease, and spinal injuries.
Our centre is within walking distance of the Forth and Clyde Canal in the town of Kirkintilloch, which is located eight miles north east of Glasgow. Kirkintilloch is home to numerous shops and other local amenities including a library, leisure centre and two bowling greens. Also within easy driving distance are the historic city of Stirling, Loch Lomond, and the Trossachs National Park.
We believe that when people are involved as equal partners in the assessing and planning of their care to ensure that it meets their specific requirements, better outcomes are achieved for both the individual and their families. This person-centred approach to care planning is a key element in the daily life at our centre. Each individual will be assessed on their own personal capabilities and this will be reviewed on an on-going basis. Families are a significant and vital aspect of care planning and will be included in all on-going decisions in people’s care.
Throughout their stay with us, our residents are encouraged to make individual choices about all aspects of life at the centre and to be as independent as possible.
Services are offered to people with either an acquired brain injury (ABI) or complex neurological condition.
Enquiries & referrals
Tel: 0141 775 3756
Where to find usCanal Street