Natalie Martlew and Katy Rodgers from The Children’s Trust talk about concussion in a piece in Enable Magazine.
About half of patients report neurological symptoms, including headaches, confusion and delirium.
Dr Lorna Wales and Mel Burrough tell us about the rights-based approach to support children and young people with neurodisability at The Children’s Trust throughout the pandemic.
Giving children and young people a voice in the ‘Comprehensive Spending Review’.
The book has been created by children with brain injury and includes recipes to be enjoyed by all the family.
Founder of inclusive womenswear label says the fashion industry has a long way to go.
A mother has started the petition after her five-year-old was made to demonstrate his ability to take three steps in front of a long queue at a theme park.
Dr Jonathan Pool, a music therapist at The Children’s Trust, tells us about a new research project on disorders of consciousness.
A new study reveals slower reaction time in driving simulation among drivers who had suffered a concussion.
Sensory play is any game or activity that stimulates any of the senses. It can encourage development of motor skills and coordination and can be a positive bonding opportunity.