In January 2016, 10-year-old Maisie was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Mum Dawn shares their story from months in hospital through to recent rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust.
In January 2019, 16-year-old Jake had an operation to remove a brain tumour. When he woke up, he couldn’t walk or talk. Mum Bal shares their story.
Every year mum Julie puts together a Christmas gift guide highlighting presents she has found beneficial to her son.
In her first vlog for the Brain Injury Hub, 16-year-old Joey talks recovery and motivation after a brain injury at the age of 12.
In July 2017, Milo and another child collided during playtime, banging their heads together at speed. Mum Verity shares their story.
Almost three years after a haemorrhagic stroke, Joey has persevered with his dream of being an artist. He shares his advice for young people getting back to their passion after a brain injury.
Days before the first lockdown, 12-year-old Bertie was hit by a car resulting in a brain injury. Mum Emily tells us about her son’s recovery.
In December 2019, Thomas was admitted to hospital with sepsis, later confirmed to be caused by Bird Flu. He went into cardiac arrest resulting in a brain injury. Mum Rayna shares their story.
Finn was diagnosed as having a mitochondrial disease, a chronic, genetic disorder, at seven months old. As Finn starts his third year as a pupil at The Children’s Trust School, mum Debbie shares their story.
Sam was 15 when a motor Speedway racing accident left him with a serious brain injury. As part of his recovery, he spent three months with us having intensive rehabilitation. We’re thrilled that Sam is on his bike again and won his first race back.