To celebrate European Music Therapy Day, we spoke with specialist Music Therapist Sophie about sessions at The Children’s Trust School and the link between music and self-expression.
Occupational Therapists at The Children’s Trust are sharing Occupational Therapy (OT) life hacks that have a positive impact on the children and young people we support.
When a child or family member has a brain injury making a will goes from being important to being essential – read our Q&A with full-service law firm Irwin Mitchell.
This half term children and young people at The Children’s Trust are getting creative with a range of autumnal crafts and spooky sensory activities.
To celebrate, we spoke to Melanie Burrough, Director of Therapies at The Children’s Trust, to find out more about the new AHP strategy and what it’s like to be an AHP supporting children and young people.
As it's half term and many families get set to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, we have put together some craft ideas and activities for children to enjoy.
A new e-book by three young people with an acquired brain injury has been published, to mark Action for Brain Injury Week.
It’s Action for Brain Injury Week from 16 – 22 May and the theme this year is seeing the ‘hidden me.’ It aims to raise awareness of how hidden disabilities can make day-to-day life more challenging and ask for more understanding and respect.
The Disabled Children’s Partnership launched a new campaign #SENDABetterMessage this week. Here's how you can get involved.
Siblings at The Children’s Trust are celebrating this weekend with various arts and crafts activities – we’re sharing resources so that other young siblings can get involved too.