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  1. Be Seen, Not Hurt – Day 2

    Say Yes to Helmets Adventurer and World Record holding Skateboarder Dave Cornthwaite shares his story. A few years ago I took a pay cut in…

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  2. Be Seen, Not Hurt – Day 1

    Adam’s Story – Anita McQuillan shares the story of her son’s brain injury On a quiet Saturday morning in September 2011, my son Adam was…

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  3. Autumn Safety Campaign: Be Seen, Not Hurt

    Mother of brain injury survivor urges children to Be Seen, Not Hurt The mother of a 10 year old boy who was seriously injured following…

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  4. Safari Park Fun – Scottish Family Day

    Almost 100 people attended our annual family day out BBQ at Blair Drummond Safari Park this year. This is fast becoming the highlight of our…

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  5. Brain Injury Families Need Strong Network of Support

    The brain controls who we are, what we think, feel and do. It’s a little-known fact that, through accident or illness, an estimated one in…

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  6. Friday Fundraiser – Pascal Arnoux

    As a new feature we have decided to highlight a supporter fundraiser who has gone above and beyond the call duty. We will aim to…

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  7. Issues of ABI and Youth Offenders Finally Being Discussed in Parliment

    As a charity who are actively involved in raising awareness of the link between brain injury and youth offending we were pleased to hear the…

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  8. A Thank You From Our Chief Executive – Action for Brain Injury Week

    Our main aim during Action for Brain Injury Week was to raise awareness of childhood acquired brain injury; many people are unaware that an accident…

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  9. 2010

    A new 3 year strategy for developing services and increasing the profile launched. 6,000 families supported, 2,000 professionals trained.

  10. 2006

    3,000 families supported and 900 professionals trained.