The specialist senior physiotherapists who are writing, developing, proofing and researching are volunteers. We are non-profit making and all our materials are free of charge. We rely on donations to develop the modules for the global benefit of millions of people.
Athletes’ Angels Ltd have committed to providing us 5% of their annual gross profit every year.
We have been awarded the ADAPT (Physiotherapists interested in International Development) award in 2013 to develop our first module and again in 2020 for the respiratory (including COVID-19) teaching module development.
MAITS awarded us a grant for one of our team members (senior physiotherapist) to teach the complete MSK curriculum in a Tibetan settlement.
We work directly with ‘Foundation Scotland’, Registered Charity No. SC022910 who collect, manage and distribute our funds for us.
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At DevelopingPhysio we are passionate about our project’s impact. We focus on training, supporting and continued research whilst remaining culturally sensitive. Sustainability and safe empowerment of students, patients and communities are our key priorities. When we leave, we measure our success on whether we have left behind an informed and skilled community, capable of continuing good rehab practice by themselves.
Thank you too to Penny Broomhead who held a scarf sale, and to Roger Waters who fell but didn’t let his bike accident take over his life, he simply got back on his bike and raised precious funds for DP! Thank you to everyone who has been involved in helping fundraise.
DevelopingPhysio and our beneficiaries are very grateful for any contribution and support that you feel able to offer. If you are passionate about empowering communities and making the lives of disabled people more manageable, we thank you for making a donation through Foundation Scotland or Just Giving.
thank you to ADAPT for their recent grant which has enabled us to develop the first stage of the amputee module for Ukraine community rehab