Joe Wilson sustained a brain injury seven years ago. Now aged 22 he's developed a passion for photography which has helped him overcome some of the challenges he’s faced.
Yasmeen, mum of six-year-old Shakeerah, highlights why short breaks are important following The Children's Trust's launch of The Little Break Appeal.
Kai was two years old when he was hit by a van driver and left with a serious brain injury.
Rebekah was diagnosed with a brain tumour at the age of 15. Aged 20, she talks about her journey as a teenager and the challenges
Trouble playing his guitar was one thing that led Alex to seek help for what turned out to be a brain tumour. He shares his story.
Tyler was in primary school when she was diagnosed with a brain tumour – but some difficulties only became more apparent as she got older.
Abdullah, age 17, explains the progress he's made in the six months since he suffered a brain haemorrhage.
Charlotte had a brain haemorrhage on holiday aged 11. Now, aged 21, Charlotte looks back on the past nine years, in which she has made some amazing accomplishments.
Teenager Liam shares his positive experiences on the return to school after a brain injury.
In July 2013 Ryan Smith, 16, from Lincolnshire was hit by a van as he was cycling to work. Dad Mark talks about his life changing brain injury.