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  1. Returning home for the first time after an acquired brain injury

    Following on from the valuable resources, tips and support shared by the Child Bran Injury Trust, here at the Child Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service (CBIRS)…

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  2. Premex Whisky Tasting Evening – SOLD OUT!

    Thursday, April 1 2021 @ 8:00pm - 10:00pm - This event is now SOLD OUT!  

  3. KCL’s Neuro-centric University Challenge

    Here at KCL Neuroscience Society, we are passionate about exploring the mysteries of the brain, unlocking the depth of our human existence, and creating a…

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  4. ABI Coordinator (East Midlands)

  5. Virtual Runner – Easter Fun Challenge 2021

    Friday, March 26 2021 - Friday, April 9 2021 @ All Day - Run, walk or cycle any distance (to be done in one go) between 26th March and 9th April 2021 to earn your very own Easter themed medal! Submissions proving your distance will be required by 12th April at 12 noon to claim your medal. Anything after this date, will not be accepted, you will not [...]

  6. ABI Coordinator (London South)

  7. Untangling the jargon

  8. Finance Officer


    Wednesday, January 20 2021 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm - To book your ticket please visit the Birmingham Law Society's booking page... CLICK HERE.  We are so grateful to the Birmingham Law Society, their President (Inez Brown) and Cherie Blair CBE, QC for this fabulous event raising money for the Child Brain Injury Trust. There will be more evenings with the president of the Birmingham [...]

  10. Finding Rehab (pathways and strategies) – Virtual Conference 2021

    Tuesday, April 20 2021 - Wednesday, April 21 2021 @ 9:00am - 1:00pm - BOOKING IS NOW CLOSED! Download the conference brochure HERE    Our national paediatric acquired brain injury conference is once again leading the way in bringing together partners, supporters and families to consider the rehabilitation pathways for children and young people affected by ABI. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be delivering our conference online [...]