Modern life is busy and complicated.
For people with neuro-physical disabilities, life’s challenges can be even more difficult.
Crann exists to help you thrive.
Inspired by the tree of life, we’re a trailblazing charity committed to helping you and your family find your best way forward.
Thanks to our world-leading model of care, we develop personalised solutions to deliver ground-breaking, seamless services that every member of your family needs to flourish.
We are committed to be at the forefront of innovation and global best-practice with the services we offer online and in person at our amazing, purpose-built and fully accessible facility, playground and conservation area.
Solving the things that get in the way of everyday life, from incontinence to mobility.
With lifelong life-changing support, we’ll cultivate your confidence so you can live your life, your way, in your community.
Let’s grow together.
We imagine a world where families living with neuro-physical disabilities can flourish, thanks to seamless support and an inclusive society.
We create personalised solutions for people living with neuro-physical disabilities. At our purpose-built, and fully accessible facility, we will help you and your family flourish as we move through life together.
We work with all age groups (newborns, children, teens, adults) and their families living with a neuro physical disability.
Our services are focused on, but not limited to, people who have Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, Muscular Dystrophy, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple sclerosis, Childhood Stroke and Spinal Cord Injury.
We’re team players. Because we’ll achieve more by working together. With you and your family.
By seeking out partnerships and embracing collaboration.
We’re a friendly bunch with a positive attitude. We’re kind-hearted by nature. A smile goes a long way. We give everybody a warm welcome, respecting that everybody is unique.
Championing equality, diversity and inclusion.
We exist to transform services and society for people living with neuro-physical disabilities.
We base our services on a world-class model of care.
We don’t see problems; we see ways to overcome them. Onwards and upwards. We’ll forge a way forward with holistic family support.
Creating new services and changing attitudes.
People with a disability live in families and everyone within that family experiences life differently.
We recognise this through our world-leading Model of Care (based on the Aspen Institute 2 Generation Model) by delivering personalised solutions for you and every member of your family throughout the different stages of your life.
Your needs, and those of your family, change and evolve as you move through life. Our services are delivered through six key service areas, allowing for supports that can target one aspect of your life, or approached holistically to support a broad range of needs.
Crann is proud to be working toward several of the Global Sustainable Development Goals’ targets.
According to the UN, “Sustainable development calls for concerted efforts towards building an inclusive, sustainable and resilient future for people and planet.”
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