Brain injury rehabilitation
The residential rehabilitation we provide to children with brain injury at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey, is the largest service of its kind in the UK. We help children restore lost skills or develop new ways of doing things, all the time supporting the family with their child’s newly acquired disability, transition home and plan for the future.
The Children’s Trust School
Our school is a unique setting for children and young people with a wide range of special needs including neurodisability and complex education, health, therapy and care needs. We welcome residential and day pupils, aged two to 19 years, and also offer an early years programme incorporating Tadworth Tots Nursery and Taddies, an informal parent and toddler drop-in session. We provide a safe, caring and happy environment where each child’s individual needs can be met. In partnership with parents, we enrich a child’s quality of life by promoting their intellectual, physical, emotional and social development.
Community Rehabilitation Service (CRS)
We provide specialist goal-orientated neurorehabilitation delivered in the child's environment, offering online information and resources, as well as support to children, young people, and families through a nationwide virtual acquired brain injury team. In addition, the team offers an intensive, hands-on therapy service to children and young people living in the southeast, alongside virtual hybrid packages of support for those further afield. Our ultimate goal is to maximise the child's participation in everyday life.
Brain Injury Hub
Our Information Service, which consists of the Brain Injury Hub and our publications, reaches families mainly in the UK, but also across the globe, providing families with free support and advice.
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