At the age of 16, Zac acquired a brain injury after a ruptured Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM). Now aged 20, Zac wants to inspire other children and young people who find themselves in a similar situation.
When Jack was ten years old, he contracted meningitis, which led to an acquired brain injury.
After a problem with Teddie's brain development meant that he needed neurosurgery, Teddie came to The Children's Trust for specialist rehabilitation.
Six-year-old Hubert spent eight weeks receiving intensive rehabilitation at The Children's Trust after he became suddenly ill in October 2022.
Twelve-year old Riley was having a normal lazy New Year’s Day when he suddenly experienced an aneurysm and had to be rushed to hospital for life-saving surgery.
In August 2022, three-year-old Millie acquired a brain injury after experiencing a stroke. Mum Alice shares their story.
Shakeerah had just turned one when her brain tumour was discovered. Now aged ten, Shakeerah is receiving physiotherapy from The Children's Trust Community Rehabilitation Service to work on her mobility.
Ricardo was 15 when he fell down a flight of stairs on holiday, resulting in a traumatic brain injury. He has since been undergoing speech and language therapy with The Children's Trust Community Rehabilitation Service to enable him to communicate.
Six-year-old Lois came to The Children’s Trust for rehabilitation after a prolonged seizure caused swelling of the brain. Mum Alison shares her story.
Keira came to The Children’s Trust for intensive rehabilitation in December 2022 after being hit by a fast-moving vehicle. Fifteen-year-old Keira had sustained multiple injuries, including a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Mum Jane shares their story.