We provide time-limited support (up to eight weeks) for individuals over 65 who are currently undergoing rehabilitation following an identified medical condition, such as recovering from a fall or after a period of ill health.  We work in partnership with NHS Forth Valley's Reach team to provide an exercise programme called Otago.

Otago exercise programme

Otago is a programme initially developed by the University of Otago medical school, New Zealand.  Utilising leg strengthening and balance retraining exercises, Otago can reduce your chances of having a fall by a third and, if a fall occurs, it reduces the severity of associated injuries.

We work with you to:

  • promote your independence
  • improve your mobility through increased confidence and skills
  • reduce associated risks of falling
  • offering an opportunity to socialise with others in your local community


Therapeutic Day Support is offered at Callander Medical Centre and Stirling Community Hospital.

Requesting Therapeutic day support

In order to receive Therapeutic day support, we require to assess your need for this service.  Your needs are assessed through a care assessment.

Alternatively, you could contact your General Practitioner or District Nurse to request Therapeutic Day Support.


If you are not happy with our service and wish to complain about us, please view our complaints procedure which provides information about who to contact and how your complaint will be addressed.

Last updated: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 2:53 PM