Riding isn’t just fun there are many physical and social benefits. Riding for the Disabled Association coach, Sarah, and specialist occupational therapist, Ruth, explain.
Amelia was eight years old when she was diagnosed with ADEM, a rare type of autoimmune encephalitis. Mum Kelly shares their experience of brain injury.
Alfie was left with severe brain injuries after he was knocked down by a car aged 10. 20 years on he tells us about life as a Football Coach.
Mum Holli talks about how supportive her teenage son’s school has been following his acquired brain injury two years ago – and shares the lessons learnt.
The charity Scope pulled together some fantastic cheap and cheerful ideas to help get you through the long summer holidays – ideas came from parents at Scope’s online community.
Joe, 23, shares his tips on holidaying after a brain injury. Joe was 15 when he sustained a brain injury after his bike collided with a car.
Yasmeen, mum of Shakeerah, shares her experience as a parent-carer for Carers Week 2019.
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.
For Action for Brain Injury Week 2019 parents tell us how fatigue affects their child and share their advice on what can help.
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.