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Capability Scotland campaigns with, and provides education, employment and care services for disabled children and adults across Scotland.

  • Two Dundee customers with on of the 55 Oor Wullie sculptures which make up the Oor Wullie Bucket Trail

    Summer fun at the Dundee Hub

    Customers at Capability Scotland's new community hub in Dundee have had a busy summer making the most of all the opportunities the city has to offer.

  • Pic shows pupils and staff showng off their Palmeros in the Spanish kitchen

    Creating smiles: Costa Del Corseford

    Spanish fun day helps bring language to life for children at Capability Scotland's Corseford School  

  • Image from the awards ceremony of a screen with details of the Open Doors Partnership on it

    Open Doors Consortium wins employability award

    A consortium of Scottish providers of employability services for disabled people is celebrating winning ‘Partnership of the Year’ at the ERSA Employability Awards 2016 in London.

  • Left to right Liz Treanor from Capability Scotland with Humah Akram from Scope and Sandy Begbie, Chief People Officer, Standard Life

    Corporate Support: Thank You Standard Life

    As our charity partnership with Standard Life and Scope comes to an end we would like to say a sincere thank you to everyone involved for all their support over the last two years. Photo shows Capability Scotland Fundraising Manager, Liz Treanor, (left) with Humah Akram (centre) from Scope with Sandy Begbie, Chief People Officer from Standard Life (right).

  • Find a service

    Customer painting in the artroom at Upper Springland

    Our services are flexible and available in most of Scotland; just get in touch to discuss your needs. You can also easily find out what services we provide in your area by looking at our interactive map.

  • Schools

    Image of a school pupil

    Capability Scotland runs two schools - Stanmore House School in Lanark and Corseford School in Kilbarchan. Both schools offer disabled children and young people excellent learning opportunities as well as access to comprehensive nursing, social care and therapy support.

  • Get advice

    Advice service manager and a client

    Our Advice Service offers helpful information on a variety of subjects, plus a number of online resources. You can get in touch by calling 9am to 1pm, Mon-Fri or email us at any time.

    Did you know we also have and Advice and Support Service in West Lothian?

  • Work with us

    Customer and staff member working together at New Trinity Centre

    What makes Capability Scotland unique is the quality of its staff. We are always looking for enthusiastic, prepared and caring people, do you have what it takes to be one of us?

    You can also find our job adverts on Twitter: @Capability_Scot