Henry was diagnosed with encephalitis at the age of four. Mum Andrea talks about changes in his behaviour following his brain injury and seeking support.
Mia sustained a serious brain injury during a quad biking accident. Mum Angela shares their story.
Many diseases can mimic encephalitis, making it hard to diagnose. Mum Sophie explains what this meant for her three-year-old daughter and shares Blair’s progress at The Children’s Trust and back home.
Joanna is mum to 7-year-old Sebby who has an undiagnosed disability. Her blog covers the challenges they face regarding access, schooling and friendships – but also the positives for the family.
When Lisa’s friends drifted away because ‘they felt awkward’ following her son Alby’s brain injury, she put together some rules of all the things she felt friends should know and try and abide by.
In 2015, 15-year-old Lewis was left with a brain injury. Now aged 21, Lewis shares his experience of school, college and university.
In June 2018, eight-year-old Issy had a severe ischemic stroke caused by a blockage cutting off the blood supply to the brain. Mum Candice shares their story.
Brittney was walking to school with her sister when she was involved in a serious road traffic accident that resulted in a brain injury. Mum Pat shares their story.
A car accident in 2017 left Madison with a brain injury. Mum Georgette talks about Madison’s recovery at The Children’s Trust and further rehabilitation back at home through the Brain Injury Community Service.
Parents tell us how fatigue affects their child and share their advice on what can help.