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.
Mums, dads and professionals gave their tips at the Stroke Association’s recent parent support and information event.
Ethan had brain injury rehabilitation after a brain tumour in 2014 and returned for further residential rehabilitation in 2019. Mum Tina talks about Ethan’s therapy, school and friendships.
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.
Katie, mum of Addison, shared her story of her daughter’s epilepsy and brain injury when she'd just turned three. Addie is now nearly seven years old – Katies shares an update.
Connor Lynes had a stroke following a rugby tackle. Since then he has worked tirelessly to raise awareness of childhood stroke and brain injury.
Following her brain injury Chloe spent a year in hospital then had residential rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust. Mum Sara looks back at their hospital experience and shares Chloe’s progress.
Charlotte continues her blog on learning to drive following a brain injury.