Parents blame problems with infection control, timetables and transport.
Survey reveals only 6% of construction workers who experienced a head injury sought medical attention.
Challenging the inequalities and discrimination families of disabled children face.
With some lockdown restrictions easing, people are beginning to reintegrate back into some kind of everyday life. We have put this list of tips together to help support you.
Natalie Martlew and Katy Rodgers from The Children’s Trust talk about concussion in a piece in Enable Magazine.
About half of patients report neurological symptoms, including headaches, confusion and delirium.
Dr Lorna Wales and Mel Burrough tell us about the rights-based approach to support children and young people with neurodisability at The Children’s Trust throughout the pandemic.
Giving children and young people a voice in the ‘Comprehensive Spending Review’.
The book has been created by children with brain injury and includes recipes to be enjoyed by all the family.