We are very excited to announce a new development and accessible extension to our service…
Our APP – CBIT In Hand!
CBIT In Hand will be piloted for a short while in the A&E departments at Birmingham Children’s Hospital and Alder Hey Hospital. We want to say a huge thank you to both hospitals for being involved with the launch of this addition to our service.
You are probably wondering “What is CBIT In Hand?”
Well… it is the first ever digital health intervention for families affected by ABI. It provides immediate tailored information and support in hand through your mobile device.
Here’s Lisa Turan, our CEO, explaining a bit more about the APP…
What will it do?
It will… Reach more parents, carers and professionals.
Provide access to information when it’s needed.
Give access to virtual support for children and families affected by concussion and ABI.
The app has a vast range of information resources available. Often parents don’t know what they need. CBIT in Hand serves as an adaptable information portal providing information at every stage of a family’s journey.
This is such an exciting development. As a parent of a child with ABI, I can definitely say that this will be so useful for families, especially those who feel lost in the early stages of the journey!
Here is our APP in action:
YOU can download the app now by visiting the App Store or Play Store and searching for
CBIT In Hand. Or you can simply scan this QR code on your phone:
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This has been made possible thanks to funding from: