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We are a hub for therapy and advice to support the wellbeing of those with neurological conditions to live the best lives they can.


We are a local charity that supports people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other neurological conditions such as ME / Chronic Fatigue, Parkinson’s, Fibromyalgia, Stroke, traumatic brain injury, chronic migraines and Long Covid.

We are also a place for friendship, listening and sharing - a lifeline for many - giving support whenever it is needed over a person’s lifetime to self-manage their condition.

We provide specialist Neurological Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation and Wellbeing Services, Complementary Therapies and Oxygen Therapy.

Where capacity allows, we also offer oxygen therapy to those with other long term or challenging health conditions, such as wound healing, Crohn's disease, and cancer recovery.

We support people with managing symptoms such as: fatigue, 'brain fog', weakness, joint pain, depression, non-restorative sleep, changes in coordination or balance and tremors.  


We are looking for two New Trustees: you will have an opportunity to get involved in an engaging, decision-making role in a local independent charity that is at the heart of providing support for people living with neurological conditions.

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We also have great volunteering opportunities for all ages and life experiences in a variety of roles.

From supporting the delivery of our oxygen therapy service, to helping with telephone enquiries, to administration support, this is a varied and fulfilling role.

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What's New?

Minimum Contribution Increase
Effective from Monday 13th June 2022.

We are sorry, but due to the current economic climate and continual rising costs we must increase our minimum contribution levels for our therapies.

We do appreciate these are difficult times for everyone, especially so, as we all recover from two years of covid restrictions, however we have no choice. We have tried to keep the increase to a minimum. The new contribution levels are as follows:

Oxygen Therapy


Neurological Condition/Long Term Condition

£23 per session

Short-Term Condition

£35 per session





Neurological Condition/Long Term Condition

£33 per session

Short-Term Condition

£45 per session



Group and face to face classes will remain the same:



I class per month

£24 per month

2 classes per month

£46 per month

3 or more class per month (£22 per class)

£66 per month

Face to Face group exercise classes

£8 per class

*Group Acupuncture session

£15 per session

*Start date and venue will be confirmed shortly



The Launch of Compass

We launched Compass: Therapy. Support. Community on the 30th March at the Apex Hotel Grassmarket who kindly supplied us with canapes and wine as well as providing the magnificent 5th floor venue for our event.

It was great to see so many people turn up to support our formal transition to an organisation offering support to people with a range of neurological conditions.

    An estimated one million people in Scotland live with a neurological condition that has a significant impact on their lives.

    (Neurological Alliance, Scotland)

    The numbers are increasing with public services struggling to support growing needs.

    We are based in Edinburgh and support our local Lothian community. Our community includes those we help as well as volunteers, partners, and local businesses – we are all part of supporting the wellbeing of our community.

    Our Therapy Support Fund

    We try to support anyone who needs our help and we created our Therapy Support Fund (TSF) in recognition of the restrictions long-term health conditions can put on a person’s ability to access vital support services.

    All fundraising and donations help us maintain our TSF and of course our services. The TSF helps us maintain a subsidy on the actual costs of delivering services and therapies, reducing costs for people living with long-term health conditions.

    This allows us to offer a minimum contribution system (charges) for those who can contribute towards the cost of their therapies and/or treatments. The Fund also allows us to address health inequalities by removing the financial barriers, and our minimum contribution, for those who cannot: clients living with neurological conditions in receipt of means-tested benefits.

    Whilst we do all we can to provide free access to services and therapies, these are nevertheless limited, as our Therapy Support Fund is highly dependent upon adequate levels of community fundraising, donations, and grant awards.

    Only 12% of our income is derived from local authority grants. So, community fundraising and donations are vital in helping us provide these vital and beneficial services and therapies.



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    Download Our Oxygen Therapy Information Guide

    Our experienced staff team is always on hand to answer any questions you may have about our Oxygen Therapy service and facilities.

    Treatment protocols are specific to medical conditions or symptoms. A treatment protocol can range from 5 to 30 consecutive daily sessions. We will discuss this with you as part of our assessment process.

    For more information please refer to our Oxygen Therapy: Information Guide. (PDF)

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