Child Brain Injury Trust

We are a UK-wide charity who supports children, young people, their families and professional to come to terms with a brain injury, and how to deal with the uncertainty that the future holds. An acquired brain injury will affect each person differently however there are many common issues that people can face.  

Our services include:

  • individual emotional and practical support delivered through regional Child and Family Support Co-ordinators
  • peer support - linking parents affected by childhood acquired brain injury to support one another
  • activity days and events for children and their brothers and sisters
  • respite days for parents
  • small grants programme for children

To find out what support is available in your area, please visit our website.

Workshops are available for professionals who work with and support children with an acquired brain injury.

Our webinar programme will benefit anyone affected by childhood acquired brain injury. For details please visit our Learning Events and Online Catalogue webpage.

When is it on?

Session information
Our helpline is open Monday to Friday 9.00am - 5.00pm.
An answerphone operates outside these hours.

Who to contact

Contact position
Helpline Co-ordinator
Telephone
0303 303 2248 (Helpline)
01869 341 075 (Admin)
E-mail
helpline@cbituk.org
Website
www.childbraininjurytrust.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Unit 1
Address
The Great Barn
Baynards Green Farm
Bicester
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX27 7SG

Other details

Cost description
Our services are free of charge to families
Referral required?
No
Age range
From 0 years 0 months to 24 years 0 months
Disclaimer

Durham County Council's Families Information Service does not promote nor endorse the services advertised on this website. Anyone seeking to use/access such services does so at their own risk and may make all appropriate enquiries about fitness for purpose and suitability to meet their needs.

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Address: The Great Barn  Baynards Green Farm  Bicester  Oxfordshire

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