Two virtual summits take place this week with former athletes, sports leaders and government ministers.
Claire Wood, Lead Music Therapist (Neurorehabilitation) at The Children’s Trust, shares tips that are not just relevant for the pandemic, but for life.
For Children’s Mental Health Week, we’re sharing resources that can help young people with anxiety, worries and staying connected.
An insight into becoming an adult for young people with disabilities.
Sarah, mum of two, shares her experience of homeschooling and what helps keep her daughters motivated.
Recommendations from IFAB’s concussion expert group will allow substitutes for players with actual or suspected concussion.
BBC’s 12 puppies and us shows the Summerscales-Heard family training their companion dog for five- year-old Dexter, who has cerebral palsy and received rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust.
We look at where families of disabled children fit in the priorities for the current COVID-19 vaccination programme based on the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation advice.
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.
It’s been a tough year so we’re very grateful to those of you who told us your stories and helped us to share more information with families and professionals. Here are some of our highlights.