Children with brain injury enjoyed the activity day, which was supported by The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust.
Annabee designed the cards to provide other young people with strategies, positive quotes and encouragement.
Sophie, music therapist at The Children’s Trust School, explains how a skills sharing project for staff made a real difference to pupils.
The Children’s Trust Supercar Event returned for its fifteenth year – attendees had a great day, including Josh, who had rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust 11 years ago.
Changing Places toilets are a much-needed lifeline for people with disabilities – we update on the progress made this year.
The charity week is back from 10-18 July for its 15th year of supporting children with brain injury at The Children’s Trust.
Parallel and Panathlon joined children for a day full of sensory activities.
With one child in every classroom affected by an acquired brain injury, The Children’s Trust has launched an online programme for school staff to increase awareness and understanding.
With the theme of art and creativity, we’re celebrating Mencap’s Learning Disability Week by sharing creative ideas for children.
Educationalists, charities, business leaders, unions and young people have urged the Government to reconsider its pandemic recovery measures for children and young people, asking them to urgently boost investment.