Camphill Blair Drummond is a warm, friendly and supportive community for adults with learning disabilities to live, learn, work and relax.
Situated amidst rolling hills and breathtaking scenery on the outskirts of Stirling, it provides residential and day care activities for those with complex learning needs. Ideally located within Central Scotland, our residents and day care students come from Glasgow, Edinburgh and further afield.
A place to call home
We all need somewhere to call home – somewhere we feel happy and secure and, quite simply, can just be ourselves. Our residential homes provide a welcome and safe environment where people with learning difficulties can live in family groups alongside co-workers and support staff.
We are all good at something, as valued and unique individuals. Through our creative workshops each person can explore their creativity and develop their skills. Everyone has the opportunity to fulfil their true potential and celebrate their achievements at every step of the way.
At Camphill Blair Drummond our priority is to provide a mutually supportive and purposeful community life for adults with complex learning disabilities. In doing so, we aim to support them to participate fully and equally in society. Our values are based on:-
The Individual – being at the centre of all we do
Realising Potential – enabling the individual to grow and reach their potential
Creativity – providing activities that allow the individual to use their skills and abilities, enabling them to experience new possibilities
Engagement – participation in purposeful activities to enrich both the individual and the community
Community and Empowerment – where the individual is treated with respect and dignity at all times, has their rights to privacy respected and where they are supported to make choices
Camphill Blair Drummond: A unique community for adults with severe learning disabilities situated in central Scotland.
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World Wide Weave on TourThe Camphill Foundation’s World Wide Weave project has involved hundreds of people in more than half of the total of
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Camphill Research NetworkThe Camphill Reasearch Network website is now up and running and is a valuable resource for Families and Friends, Camphill
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Sarah’s Ben Nevis ChallengeOn Saturday 6th Septmber, our very own Sarah MacGregor and her husband Darryn climbed Ben Nevis, raising money for Camphill
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- “I really enjoy my time in workshops at Camphill Blair Drummond but I also enjoy going to Stirling on a Monday night to train with the Stirling All Stars football team” John Ruzzak, (Resident, Amber House)