Brain injury champion honoured

The former Chief Executive of The Children’s Trust has been awarded an OBE for his services to children.

Andrew Ross retired in April after 20 years leading the charity, which has an international reputation for excellence in paediatric brain injury rehabilitation. He said: ““I am absolutely delighted to have received this honour personally. However, I know that it also reflects the outstanding work of The children’s Trust. "This includes the brilliant, professional staff and the huge number of volunteers, who have given such tremendous support to the children.” Commenting on the award, Chair of Trustees, Duncan Ingram said: "It is a testament to Andrew's success, making The Children's Trust the UK's leading children's charity in its field." During his career Andrew oversaw developments in new services and helped promote awareness of childhood ABI. 
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