Parents tell us how fatigue affects their child and share their advice on what can help.
Kavita had a subarachnoid brain haemorrhage in 2015. She now uses her experience to support others with brain injuries through blogging and giving motivational talks in schools and for charity.
Becki was 14 when she sustained a brain injury after being knocked down. She talks candidly about how her brain injury affected her periods, relationships and starting a family.
Young people, and their parents, share the tips that helped them with memory loss after a brain injury.
Jess, 14, shares her experience of brain injury and the strategies and interests that help her.
Charlotte had a brain injury at age 11. Now, as a young adult, Charlotte is sharing her experience with others.
Children with brain injury can experience difficulties with their sleep routine, which can affect their fatigue levels. Our therapist shares tips for sleep hygiene.
Parents tell us what happens at their child’s school to help with their school day. Part 2 of our Fatigue Focus in Action for Brain Injury Week 2019.
Rebekah, now 23, had a brain tumour when she was 15. She’s written a blog for Action for Brain Injury Week 2019 about living with fatigue.
A view from the frontline of child brain injury care by Katy James, head of The Children’s Trust Brain Injury Community Service. Published in NR Times.