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The Brain Injury Hub

This website was conceived as a way of sharing expertise about brain injury. We aim to provide this information in an understandable language and hope that parents, teachers and families find it helpful on their on-going journey following a child's brain injury. The Brain Injury Hub is developed by The Children's Trust, the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury.  Clinicians from The Children's Trust have contributed extensively to this website. They have used their vast knowledge, expertise and experience on working closely with children with a brain injury to provide tips, strategies and practical information. This resource was made possible only through voluntary donations and the feedback and support of parents of children with acquired brain injury. Tell us what you think of the resource: thehub@thechildrenstrust.org.uk  

The Children’s Trust

Based at in Tadworth, Surrey, it is the largest residential brain injury rehabilitation unit in the UK and also offers a nationwide community service for children and young people with ABI.
A girl plays with paint during a visit from the brain injury community team.
Its 24-acre site also offers nursing and medical care for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs, services for technology-dependent children, and short breaks. The Children's Trust School offers education for children and young people through the ImPacts curriculum. Visit The Children's Trust website.  


The Children's Trust is based in Tadworth, Surrey.  Our address is: Tadworth Court
KT20 5RU Telephone: 01737 365 000  


This information resource has been made possible through the generous support of our donors. Find out more here. We also owe our thanks to the parents who gave up their time to offer feedback and guidance on the material. We are also grateful to the parents who shared their stories in the case studies section.

Richard Hammond

The Brain Injury Hub is proud to have the support of Children's Trust Vice-President Richard Hammond. 
Mr Hammond, who himself sustained an injury during filming for Top Gear, has given his backing and time to our resource and we are extremely grateful.  
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