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.
Karen, mum of Liam, shares her experience of rehabilitation after her son’s brain injury and talks about his legal claim using law firm Irwin Mitchell.
Connor was 14 when he had a stroke and subsequent brain injury. He has recently celebrated passing his exams at college.
Joanna’s six-year-old son, Sebby, has an undiagnosed disability. She tells us how surgery has made a difference to the pain Sebby experienced because of spasticity, and why she has launched a petition urging for fairer inclusion for disabled children.
Chloe sustained a brain injury at birth and was given a 50% chance of survival. She has cerebral palsy, epilepsy and other health conditions. Her mum, Joanne, shares their story.
Mollie was three years old when she became ill. What started as a seemingly nasty virus, quickly turned out to be her parents’ worst nightmare. Mum Ceri shares their story.
Amy from The Children’s Trust tells us how apps can help and we share 16 apps that are especially helpful.
Jem, Dad of Connie, shares his experience of rehabilitation at The Children's Trust and talks about her legal claim.
Bal explains how the pandemic has impacted her 17-year-old son Jake’s recovery from a brain injury. She has shared her story as part of the Disabled Children's Partnership campaign #LeftInLockdown.