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Brain Injury Information Cards, a Teacher’s Perspective – Guest Post by Debbie Carletti

May 17th, 2018|Tags: , |

“… so I just sat there for 1hr 45, not being able to remember anything. When it was over my teaching assistant said two words which triggered my memory and it all came back.” There are times in life when you read or hear things and you think - I [...]

Growing up with ABI – guest post by Owen Pugh

May 16th, 2018|Tags: , , |

When I was learning about my newly acquired ABI, it all seemed so confusing. I was so used to hearing the explanation about what had happened to me from doctors and parents that my head felt like it was spinning sometimes, trying to take in all of that information. At [...]

New Brain Injury Information Cards

May 14th, 2018|Tags: , , , |

On the 14th May 2018 the Child Brain Injury Trust launches a new support service for young people with acquired brain injuries. The launch coincides with Action for Brain Injury Week. The new service is a Brain Injury Information Card, suitable for young people aged 11-18. The idea behind the [...]

Brain Injury in Early Years – Katie’s Story

May 12th, 2017|Tags: , , , , |

During Action for Brain Injury Week 2017, the Child Brain Injury Trust has launched our campaign aimed at staff working in Early Years childcare settings.  Taking care of babies and young children is very hard work and accidents can happen very easily. We have been sharing stories of families from [...]

Joe’s Story- a guest post by Cheryl Abrahams from Bolt Burdon Kemp

May 11th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , , |

I am delighted that Bolt Burdon Kemp’s child brain injury team is once again supporting the Child Brain Injury Trust’s campaign during Action for Brain Injury Week, from 8 – 14 May 2017. This year they are focussing on raising awareness of brain injuries in very young children. This is [...]