Updated: 02 April 2020
As always, our priority is the health and wellbeing of the children and young people we support, their families, volunteers and staff. The Children's Trust has been following guidance from Public Health England and the NHS to plan our response to the COVID-19 outbreak. We have introduced proactive measures in order to reduce the risk of cross infection and protect those most vulnerable within our community. Click "GO" below to read more.
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For families, teachers and anyone who would like to know more about acquired brain injury in children
When Ethan was diagnosed with a brain tumour our lives turned upside down, explains mum Tina.Read Ethan's story
Seb was nine years old when he suffered life-threatening injuries, falling from the exit door of a double decker coach on the way back from a rugby tournament. He suffered multiple injuries including damage to his brain and sight loss.
Music is a big part of Megan's life and because she has Rett Syndrome it is one of the main ways that she communicates with those around her. During music therapy classes she has learnt that by hitting something or banging a drum she can let others know that she would like more of what she is listening to.
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