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How a Claimant’s Solicitor and Court of Protection Deputies Work Together to Provide a Holistic Approach to Clients

At Pryers Solicitors, as medical negligence and personal injury specialists, we unfortunately see many clients who have suffered some form of brain injury. These injuries either prevent development of or deteriorate someone’s ability to manage their own affairs, forcing them to rely heavily on family members to help them not only with their claim, but also with future care and decisions. In these situations, a ...
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Book Review: ‘Employing Care Staff in Your Home’ by Cecily Lalloo

Amongst the scariest challenges of caring for your disabled child at home is employing people to help you.  Yes you can get Direct Payments from your local Council to pay them but you have to become an ‘employer’ and that is something most of us have never had any experience of. Where do you even start!  There are a lot of bases to cover, not ...
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What does anxiety look like?

Dr Hayley Crawford began the June CEDAR seminar by highlighting that autistic people and people with intellectual disabilities are at higher risk of anxiety than the general population. For example, for children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities prevalence rates are 3-21.9% in comparison to 3-6.5% for typically developing children and adolescents. Dr Crawford’s research aims to improve identification of anxiety in non-verbal or minimally verbal ...
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A response to the SEND Review: Right support, right place, right time.

Introduction This response is prepared on behalf of the Cerebra Legal Entitlements and Problem Solving (LEaP) Project. The LEaP Project is an innovative problem-solving project that helps families of children with brain conditions cope with the legal barriers they face. We listen to families and help them get the knowledge they need to access health, social care and other support services. We identify the common ...
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Hula Hoop in August for Cerebra

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How rehabilitation and support can help a child with an acquired brain injury to flourish and reach their potential

My team and I are both proud and privileged to act for the most amazing, brave and courageous clients - children who have sustained acquired brain injury as a result of medical mistakes and accidents. Why do parents seek advice about making a claim? In my years of representing children with acquired brain injury, I have found that most parents seek legal advice for one or ...
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Welcome to our Postal Lending Library This is a completely free service and you won't have to pay to borrow anything for for any postage or packaging. If you already know which books you would like to borrow you can request them below. If you know which books you'd like to borrow please enter them hereReference numberTitle  Add Remove Δ You may borrow two books ...
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Something else?

If you have your own place in any event we'd love to have you on our team. Why join our Superhero Squad? As part of our team you'll receive: A free technical running vest or cycling jersey to wear on the day to show everyone what a #CerebraSuperhero you are Your very own Fundraising Utility Belt to make reaching your fundraising target easy Not only ...
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"*" indicates required fields How would you like to donate? Credit/Debit Card PayPal Google or Apple Pay Using my banking app (powered by Bopp) I would like to donate:* £2 £5 £10 Other My donation amount:* itCan we claim Gift Aid on your donation? Yes, please claim Gift Aid No, I'm not a UK taxpayer By ticking yes, I confirm that I am a UK ...
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