Family members experiences of acquired brain injury

A family taking a break in the Peak District.
When a child has an acquired brain injury, it can have a significant impact on their family, practically and emotionally. Exeter University are carrying out a piece of research which aims to investigate the experiences of siblings and parents of children with an acquired brain injury. The research will explore the adjustment of family members, and whether social support has been able to facilitate adjustment to the many changes brain injury within the family brings. Researchers are looking for parents of children with acquired brain injury or siblings of children with acquired brain injury between 13 and 17 years of age to share their experiences with them. If you’d be interested in taking part you can find out more here or contact Sian Hocking be email or call 07894519490.
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