Connor Lynes was 14 when he was left fighting for his life and suffered a brain injury after he collapsed during a match.
Having considered how an ABI might affect other children in the family (part 1), we now share tips to help parents talk to their other children.
The difference music therapy can make for people with acquired brain injuries has been explored in a white paper 'Taking Music Therapy into the Mainstream'.
84% of families caring for seriously ill children feel alone and isolated.
Helle Mills is a senior occupational therapist at The Children’s Trust. This blog is in response to parents’ enquiries about getting their child dressed after an acquired brain injury.
It’s GloWeek 2018 and the Child Brain Injury Trust is spreading awareness of staying safe on the roads.
More than 120 organisations are calling for children and young people to be put at the heart of the government's spending review.