Research by George finds that 8 in 10 parents of children with specific or sensory-sensitive needs find it difficult to get their children dressed every day.
In 2017, students at The Children’s Trust School aged 14 and above formed a unique band; teaching professionals Scott and Franz tell us more.
The biography The Boy who refused to die tells Alby’s story of recovery and rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust following a road traffic accident aged 13.
Research by the charity shows mothers caring for seriously ill children are at greater risk of serious health problems.
Claire Hamilton from Stairliftsreviews.co.uk runs through the potential funding options for people wanting to make alterations to their home.
Today we celebrate the work music therapists do across the globe. We catch up with Claire, The Children’s Trust’s Lead Music Therapist (Neurorehabilitation).
For almost 40 years, The Children’s Trust has helped children with brain injury and neurodisability. A photography project is reconnecting the charity with children and young people that have been supported.
Making, baking and creating has great benefits for children, especially after a brain injury. We look at some simple activities for the school holidays.
London Youth Games launches competition for young Londoners with disabilities.
Half of young people encounter misleading content online on a daily basis, according to UK Safer Internet Centre.