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Camphill Blair Drummond offers a safe, welcoming and warm family environment for adults with learning disabilities – a real home from home.

Read the stories of our remarkable residents and find out about the positive difference Camphill is making to their lives and those of their own families.

Camphill Blair Drummond: A learning disability charity in Scotland supporting adults with learning needs.

Duncan Roscoe

an image of Duncan Roscoe from Camphill Blairdrummond
Duncan became a day student at first, travelling from home each day to work in the workshops and spending his lunch break in one of the houses where he could meet with other students and co-workers. Duncan was a very anxious young man who found it very difficult to socialise. He stretched the workshop leaders’ creativity thinking up ways to
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Jane Barr

an image of Jane Barr from Camphill Blairdrummond
Jane has Down's Syndrome as well as significant hearing and speech impairments. She is a resident at Linden House and has been at Camphill for almost twenty years and is very settled and happy there. She enjoys the structure of having a working day and is very much a valued member of the wider Camphill community. There are six other residents in
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Kenneth Forbes

an image of Kenneth Forbes from Camphill Blairdrummond
Diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Kenneth has been attending Camphill Blair Drummond as a day student since September 2012. When he started at eighteen years old he lacked confidence and found it difficult to interact with others. Since starting at Camphill, Kenneth has developed a keen interest in art and has been encouraged to do and try new things - craft classes with
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    • “When I bring David back to Blair Drummond after a couple of days at home, he gets a wonderful welcome from the others in his house. Leanne comes up with a big smile on her face and gives him a hug. Once, he was a little unhappy about me leaving and she jumped on to the sofa next to him, bouncing up and down, making him laugh” – Parent