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About the Service
About the Organisation
We are the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. We deliver rehabilitation, education and community services through skilled teams who work with children and young people aged 0-18, with acquired brain injury, neurodisability, and complex health needs. It is our ambition that all children with brain injury and neurodisability have the opportunity to live the best life possible.
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How do people access your service?
Type Of Service
We support the following age groups:
Who can use your service?
Our residential brain injury rehabilitation service caters for children aged 0-18 who have a brain injury through a variety of reasons, such as an accident or illness. The Children’s Trust School accepts learners aged 3 and upwards who have profound and multiple learning difficulties and complex health needs. Our transitional care for children who are technology-dependent caters for young people aged up to 18 who are medically stable and able to use our facilities as part of their pathway as they prepare to return home.
Can siblings who are not disabled use your service?
Do you have a SEND/Inclusion Contact?
SEND/Inclusion Contact Name
SEND/Inclusion Contact Email
SEND/Inclusion Contact Telephone
Additional and Special Educational Needs
How do you aim to meet the unique needs of the child?
Our aim is that all children with brain injury and complex health needs have the opportunity to live the best life possible. Each child/young person has their own individualised programme of education, therapy and support to help them reach their potential. We work in partnership with families throughout a child’s time at The Children’s Trust, for example involving them in goal setting. For children and young people accessing our brain injury rehabilitation service, we help them regain and relearn lost skills, where possible, equipping them and their families with interventions and the confidence to return home.
How do you promote positive relationships and ensure good, ongoing communication with families?
Our specialist multidisciplinary team ensure that each child has their own individualised method of communication – whether signs and symbols or augmented or alternative communication aids such as eye gaze or iPads – best suited to them. This ensures they are involved in their programmes and can make choices and make their opinions/feelings known, even if they’re unable to speak verbally. Feedback is welcomed from parents and children alike and is used to continually improve our services.