Fulham FC players visit The Children’s Trust with Christmas treats
Children and Families
We work with children and families from across the country to provide specialist care for those who have a brain injury.
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Simplyhealth donates £24k for children with brain injury
Every year over 40,000 children in the UK are left with a brain injury.
Children’s TV presenter joins our pyjama party
Children’s TV presenter joins our pyjama party.
A place at The Children's Trust School
Our admissions criteria and enquiries team can help you decide whether our school is right for your child.
Disabled Children's Partnership
The Disabled Children’s Partnership (DCP) is a collaboration between 25 disability and children’s charities who have come together in the shared belief that health and social care services can and must be better if disabled children, young people and families are to get the support they need.
Brain Injury Community Service
We offer services throughout England in specialist community based locations and access to our knowledge bank (Brain Injury Hub) is available throughout the UK.
The Children's Trust wins bronze at Surrey Digital Awards
The Awards reward innovation and progressive thinking by businesses across the county.
The Children's Trust up for digital award
We been selected as a finalist at the Surrey Digital Awards
F1 driver Max Chilton helps raise £115k for The Children's Trust
Max Chilton spun into gear at The Supercar Event.
Compliments and complaints at The Children's Trust School
A guide to the school for children
The Children’s Trust announces national paediatric conference 2018 The Rubik’s Cube of Childhood Brain Injury
Actress Joely Richardson announced as charity Ambassador for The Children’s Trust
Health and Wellbeing Boards Charter for Disabled Children
Find out about how we're working with Every Child Matters to ensure the needs of disable children are heard by local health boards.
The Children's Trust Comedy Night
The Children's Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury; giving children with brain injury the opportunity to live the best life possible.
The ImPACTS Curriculum on offer at The Children's Trust School has been specially designed to provide the right level of education for the children and young people with PMLD that we teach.
‘‘The Children’s Trust was amazing for us as a family! It was the first time we felt safe. They worked hard encouraging Elle to try to communicate with her right thumb, and taking her on trips. Elle’s biggest improvement was learning to eat and drink again.”’’A mum