Brain injury support group founder presents brain injury charity with cheque for £3000

Sue, the founder of the family support group Brain Injury is BIG, presented a cheque for £3000 to The Children's Trust.

The money will go towards purchasing a new and improved shower trolley for the Hydrotherapy Pool.

Sue and Charles Sue, along with a few others, set up Brain Injury is BIG after her husband Charles was left with a brain injury. Charles was 57 years old when he acquired his brain injury. He was taking part in his annual charity bike ride for the British Heart Foundation when he fell and hit his head. He was rushed to hospital in Brighton, before being transferred to a London hospital’s high dependency unit. After facing various complications during his time in hospital, the Doctor made it very clear to Sue that her husband would never be able to walk, talk, eat or drink again. Since then, Sue has gone above and beyond to ensure that Charles was able to live the best life possible, including taking him to the Hydrotherapy Pool every week at The Children’s Trust. As Charles has made great physical progress in the pool, Sue chose to make a donation through her Trust to purchase a shower trolley for the children to use after their Hydrotherapy sessions. Read Charles’ full story here.
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