Thera (Scotland) supports people with a learning disability across Scotland, including Edinburgh, Midlothian, East Lothian, Falkirk, North Lanarkshire and Highland. 

We believe that people with a learning disability should have control of their own support and be able to live their lives as they choose.

Our Service Quality Director, Jordan Allan, makes sure that we deliver support which matches our vision. He also makes sure that people we support can have a say in how Thera (Scotland) is led and managed.

We can support you in your own home and in your local community.

We are regulated by the Care Inspectorate. See our latest report.

You can also view Thera (Scotland)’s Duty of Candour Reports:


In this section

How we can help

Find out how Thera (Scotland) can support you in your home or your community.

Get involved

There are lots of ways to get involved with Thera (Scotland).

Projects and partnerships

Thera (Scotland) works with other organisations and projects. Here are just a few.

Checking quality

Find out how Thera (Scotland) will check the quality of your support.

Meet the board

The board, along with the Managing Director and Service Quality Director, prepare Thera (Scotland) for the future whilst ensuring the quality of what we do.

Meet our staff

Meet the senior staff team at Thera (Scotland).


Find out about working for Thera (Scotland).

Thera (Scotland) from the blog

Thera (Scotland) hears you!

Posted 20/12/2023

Thera (Scotland) ran a successful Being Heard event on Thursday 7 December at St Johns and Newton Church.