We currently have a number of ongoing national and international research collaborations.

We work with our partners to support research in acquired brain injury (ABI), profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) and Disorders of Consciousness (DoC).The Children's Trust is currently working with the following organisations. 

Boyer College of Music and Dance, Temple University

Dr. Wendy Magee current research and theoretical interests include developing the evidence base for Music Therapy practice in neurology and rehabilitation, including developing and testing treatment methods and measurement tools, and within interdisciplinary practice and advancing the clinical application of new and emerging electronic music technologies in Music Therapy, including brain-computer interfacing and assistive technologies for music-making

Centre for Outcomes and Experience in Children's Health Illness and Disability (ORCHID)

ORCHID is a dedicated research unit at GOSH. The main focus of their research is to understand the impact of health, illness and disability in children and young people and their families.

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

Their Institute of Neuropalliative Rehabilation (INR) researches clinical advances, provides factual information for families, professionals and policy-makers, and offers specialist training for medical professionals. All of which, they believe, will improve the future for people with a neuro-disability.