Acquired Brain Injury Service. Brain Injury Service - The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust. Headway - the brain injury association. Child Brain Injury Trust. Organisations who can help families of children with an acquired brain injury. This section offers a list of other organisations who can help.
Special education British Institute of Learning Disability Charity committed to improving the quality of life for people with a learning disability.Independent Panel for Special Education Advice (IPSEA) National charity offering free and independent advice on Local Education Authorities' legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs.The National Association for Special Educational Needs Nasen aims to promote the education, training, advancement and development of all those with special and additional support needs.Anti-bullying alliance Free online training for professionals focusing on the issues around bullying and special education needs. Family support and information Affinity HubA website providing emotional support to parents and carers of children with special needs.
Grant giving & trusts The Danny Green Fund Helps children in the UK under the age of 16 who have Posterior Fossa Syndrome. Untitled. QEF Neuro Rehabilitation Services. At the Brain Injury Centre in Banstead, Surrey, we offer neurorehabilitation, vocational rehabilitation and transition support for individuals with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) from all over the UK.
We provide residential or day support for males and females from eighteen years old who have moderate to severe physical, cognitive and/or communication disabilities, which may also include mild to moderate behavioural problems. In addition to residential and day placements, outreach services can be delivered in the community. A diverse variety of one-to-one support programmes are available, tailored to the individual’s needs to help improve cognitive, communication, physical, social and functional abilities and vocational skills, as well as offering support for the move home and/or back to education or work.
Facilities The Brain Injury Centre is a spacious, well-equipped building set in six acres of gardens, with accessible woodland and recreation areas. Contact. Brain Injury Rehabilitation Services. The Children's Trust offers a range of residential brain injury rehabilitation services for children and young people with acquired brain injury (ABI).
In 1985 we started the UK's first paediatric brain injury rehabilitation service and now work with children and families from across the country. We now run the UK's largest service of its kind at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey. Our rehabilitation service is funded in a number of ways, including funding from NHS England via National Specialist Commissioning; private individuals who fund their child’s placement; and insurance companies or embassies representing a child.
We also rely on the generous donations of our supporters to supplement the funding received. If you are a healthcare professional working with a child or young people with acquired brain injury, you can find out more here. The rehabilitation team also works with the child and their family to help them come to terms with the new needs of their child. United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum. Headway - the brain injury association. Home. Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust. The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) aims to provide the best quality neurobehavioural rehabilitation for people with complex and challenging needs after brain injury.
BIRT is committed to seeking new and imaginative solutions to meet the needs of our service users. Our clinicians regularly carry out research, working in close collaboration with academic institutions on a range of projects. Find out more information on our current research projects. The BIRT Guide to Living has been highly commended by the British Medical Association for meeting the needs of patients. NHS England’s Improving Rehabilitation Services Programme has recently launched new commissioning guidance for Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) and their local partners. Brain Injury — Momentum Skills. Let’s Go provides a personalised social support service for 18-75 year olds with a mild learning disability and/or an acquired brain injury.
Let’s Go provides hourly support for individuals, and also short respite breaks. This allows people, in consultation with their family members, to choose the service that suits their needs whether hourly or through short breaks. In addition to social support we also provide a “care at home service”. Our flexible, personalised packages of support are tailored to meet each person’s individual needs and aspirations.