Together for Short Lives responds to Make Every Child Count research revealing the number of children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions has risen over the last 17 years.
With children at home during the coronavirus lockdown, Amy Wright, Advanced Practitioner in Assistive Technology at The Children's Trust, shares her tips for children following a brain injury.
A Coronavirus Sensory Story, developed by experts at The Children’s Trust, uses tactile experiences to help explain the virus and its impact.
At this ever-changing time we’re sharing advice for families on routine, relaxation, reassurance and more, provided by clinical experts at The Children’s Trust.
Free children’s book on coronavirus illustrated by Axel Scheffler
New SEND guidance for schools and teachers includes welcome advice and teaching strategies for pupils with brain injury.
We’ve gathered together a selection of the most useful information for families supporting children and young people with brain injury at this time.
Dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, can be a short or long-term condition after a brain injury. Swallowing Awareness Day shines a light on what it is, and who can help.
The Chancellor’s first Budget set out funding to improve public toilet facilities, and law changes that will see Changing Places loos in every new public building.
‘Acquired Brain Injury: A Guide for Schools’ now available on the SEND Gateway.