Animals can play a big part in therapy. Here we look at one dog, Cal, making community visits to children with acquired brain injury.
Closing date for entries: 20 September 2019!
Independent Match Day doctors help support the head injury assessment process.
For Roald Dahl Day 2019 we’re sharing 10 facts on the writer and his fascination with medicine.
Our Concussion booklet and Brain Injury Community Services animation and leaflet win BMA Patient Information Awards
We found out how ‘My Brain, My Journey’ art workshops in Manchester are helping children and young people with a brain injury.
Following the 2014 Government reforms, a new SEND review has been launched as parents still struggle to get the right support and local authorities struggle with funding cuts.
The National Paediatric Brain Injury Conference 2019 run by The Children’s Trust took place on Friday asking ‘where do we go from here?’. We share lessons learnt.
Theatre has many benefits and children can be totally involved in the experience. We watched Magical Quests put on a show.
The new plan will save up to half a million lives with focuses including maternity and neonatal services, cancer, stroke, learning disability and mental health.