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.
Finances, time and emotional strain are just some concerns parents and carers have about legal action over a brain injury – read our Q&A on serious injury with solicitors Irwin Mitchell.
Comedian Adam Hills MBE, Ambassador of The Children’s Trust, has published his first novel, Rockstar Detectives.
This year’s theme is Growing Together – we’re sharing tips and resources for children and parents and carers.
In a recent podcast with Elizabeth Day, musician, author and broadcaster Clemmie talks about the challenges after an AVM rupture in January 2020.
Online gallery goes live showing how different living with brain injury and neurodisability can be for every family.
Festive TV shows see Jenni Falconer and David Walliams raise over £65,000 for The Children's Trust