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The Children's Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury. We deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people, and their families.
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For families, teachers and anyone who would like to know more about acquired brain injury in children
Haydn's celebrates 'Student of the Year'Three years since Haydn’s brain injury, he finishes another year at college with great success.
In 2019 Valentina fell forwards off the banister in her family home. Mum Janine shares their story including rehabilitation at The Children's Trust.
As Millie celebrates her milestone birthday, mum Sam reflects on the past 18 years and talks about Millie's complex medical needs, therapies and support at The Children's Trust School.
We provide brain injury information in an understandable language and hope that parents, teachers and families find it helpful on their on-going journey following a child's brain injury.
We provide a range of therapy and psychology services centred around the child or young person.
The Children's Trust School is a non-maintained special school dedicated to the education, health, therapy and care of children and young people aged 2-19.
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Each year we need to raise over £8 million to run vital services for children with brain injury and help reach out to more children and families across the UK.
Celebrating its 14th year, The Supercar Event has something for the whole family, including Supercar passenger rides on the track at Goodwood Motor Circuit.
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Your donations support hundreds of children and young people from right across the country. Each year we need to raise over £8 million to run vital services for children with brain injury, and help reach out to more children and families across the UK.Get involved