The Disabled Children’s Partnership updates on its virtual parliamentary event on the impact of the pandemic on disabled children and families.
We share 5 learnings from Connections & Collaborations, the national paediatric brain injury conference.
We find out how children and staff celebrated the week, which for 2021 has the theme of nature, and share activities that can be done at home.
N-ABLES’ new resource will support children and young people with acquired brain injury in their return to education.
We're sharing ways to celebrate the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health, which takes place 10-16 May 2021.
During April’s National Pet Month, Summer the golden retriever brought joy to children and young people at The Children’s Trust School during their enrichment week.
Children and families are encouraged to get creative for the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD) conference this year.
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.