Rehabilitation services for adults with a physical disability

The Glenloch Centre in Forfar provides rehabilitation services to adults who have a physical disability.

Staff at the centre can support people aged 16 and over to develop, regain or adapt their skills and abilities to support them in achieving their long term goals.

It is also suitable for people who:

  • are recovering from an illness or injury that has had a major effect on their ability to be as active and independent as possible
  • need to develop, adapt or maintain daily living skills to help them to live more independently in the community
  • have a condition which get worse over time

To access the service, download and complete the referral application form.

Alternatively phone First Contact via ACCESSLine on 03452 777 778 or email firstcontact@angus.gov.uk.

You can also ask your health or social care worker to make a referral for you.

Payment for this service is currently being reviewed following the introduction of Self Directed Support. Please visit our self directed support page for more information. We will discuss this with you once we receive your application.

Sessions at the centre are available from Tuesday to Friday. People attend the centre for one session a week either in the morning or the afternoon. If you are unable to travel independently, transport can be arranged.

Staff can also provide support in your own home.

The centre also has a wide range of equipment/daily living aids available for people to trial and staff can advise on buying or getting equipment on loan.

For more information contact the centre via ACCESSLine on 03452 777 778.

A referral may need to be made to another service, for example occupational therapy. Staff will discuss this further with you.

If you would like to visit the centre please contact the manager on 01307 475111 to arrange a time.