A programme airs tonight on BBC Wales and BBCiPlayer following a family as they train their son’s brain to build new connections to help his cerebral palsy.
In our review of the year we're sharing stories on child brain injury and disability that made the headlines in 2019.
As we start the new year we look at the stories and advice shared by children and families in 2019.
Inside Out, the Disney Pixar film about a child’s memories, plays a role in helping children and their families understand more about how the brain works.
Children are at the heart of a new book that showcases innovative approaches to psychological therapy for children, young people and families affected by an acquired brain injury (ABI).
Sensory shows are fully immersive and encourage audience participation. Yesterday The Children’s Trust had a visit from a sensory theatre company to get everyone into the Christmas mood.
Our take-aways from The Stroke Association Parent Support day in London 2019.
A special report on ‘The damaging effects of concussion on our sportswomen’ has been published by The Telegraph.
Step up for Safe Streets is this year’s road safety week theme celebrating ways for a safer, healthier way to get around.
The Children’s Trust launches its Magical Music Appeal on European Music Therapy Day, celebrating the power of music therapy in rehabilitation.