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  • A resource for children and their families to help manage information and track the journey from the onset of acquired brain injury.
  • Back cover All about my brain book
    This book has been developed by the team at the Child Brain Injury Trust for young people who have been affected by acquired brain injury (ABI). The aim of the book is to help young people understand how and why their brain injury affects them and offers strategies to help them overcome some of the common difficulties following ABI. There is a lot of information in this book, and we suggest that you encourage your son or daughter to only read a little at a time. You may also like to reassure them that although we have covered all the more common areas of difficulty, it does not mean they will be affected by all of them - every one affected by ABI is different.
  • Read Caolan's story, told in his own words from how he suffered his head injury right through to how he is dealing with the consequences today. Illustrated beautifully to appeal to children of all ages.
  • Some consequences for brain injured school students, their families, teachers and schools. The purpose of this booklet is to draw to the attention of teachers and families the ways in which some of the effects of ABI can show themselves in school.
  • This publication is aimed at helping children aged 8 -12 and their families cope after childhood acquired brain injury (ABI).
  • welsh-version Rearrange your brain book
    Rearrange your brain book written by Sarah Mackie Available in English and Welsh.
  • T-Shirts

    Show everyone that you are a supporter of the Child Brain Injury Trust, the reverse of the t-shirt says "Supporting the Child Brain Injury Trust". Available in 4 sizes; small, medium, large and extra large.
  • An A5 booklet about the feelings of young people whose brother or sister has had a head injury.