Funding Support

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We believe that no child or young person should go without treatment due to financial circumstances.

As a not-for-profit organisation, CPotential is committed to fundraising for bursary support so we can provide the very best tailored integrated rehabilitation programmes for children and young people with movement disorders, at a vastly reduced rate.

Our prices vary per session across our core suite of services, depending on personal circumstances, bursary availability, and eligibility criteria. To help us gauge eligibility for a Therapy Plan Bursary, we do require a household income range that best represents your current financial status. E.g. £0 to £25,000, £26,000 to £50,000, £51,000 to £75,000 or £76,000 to £100,000+. See baseline fees here.

There is a one-off fee of £45 for an initial assessment to access all CPotential services.

During our bursary supported therapy plan we will offer you long-term advice on future therapies and funding costs your child may need, which may be via zoom events, Facebook live events, or introductory face-to-face meetings.

Long-Term Funding Support

Whether you do or do not seek support from us there are several ways to find financial support for your child’s therapies, such as the experienced organisations below, who help parents with disabled children fund their needs.

Both of these organisations can give advice on raising funds through grants and fundraising events. They will provide you support along the way and advise on how to claim gift aid on donations.

If you would like to apply for grants yourself, then the following websites are a great starting point to search for grants you may be able to apply for:

Get in touch with us for any more information, or to discuss the options available to you and your family.

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