Stop Smoking If you smoke, it’s time to stop. This is one of the best things you can do to protect your baby as you will reduce the risk of complications in pregnancy and birth. It can be difficult to stop smoking, but it's never too late to quit. Stop Drinking Alcohol Avoiding alcohol during pregnancy is the safest option. There is no proven safe ...Read more →
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Stop Smoking Smoking affects fertility making it harder for you to get pregnant. It also increases the chance that you will miscarry (lose the baby before it is born). If you need help quitting, talk to your doctor about stop-smoking programs and medicines.1234 Get to a Healthy Weight A healthy weight can help you get pregnant and improve your chances of a healthy pregnancy and ...Read more →
Clearly we would not want anyone to be in a position where accident or clinical negligence has led to injury relating to brain conditions. If you are in this position, we want you to have the best advice from solicitors who are knowledgeable and experienced in this field. We suggest you contact a number of experienced solicitors for an initial discussion before selecting a firm. ...Read more →
All Moving into Adulthood Social Care Assessments & Support Disabled Facilities Grants Carers' Rights and the Care Act 2014 - Part 1 Moving into Adulthood Carers' Rights and the Care Act 2014 - Part 2 Moving into Adulthood Assessing Social Care Needs Social Care Assessments & Support Care and Support Planning Social Care Assessments & Support Home adaptations for children Disabled Facilities Grants NHS Continuing ...Read more →
Weekly Lottery – Terms and Conditions Cerebra’s ‘Count Me In’ Weekly Lottery (“the lottery”) is being promoted by and on behalf of Cerebra, a charity registered in England 1089812 which operates as Cerebra (“the Charity”). The Charity is registered with the Gambling Commission (www.gamblingcommission.gov.uk) to operate the Lottery. Cerebra is licensed and regulated in Great Britain by the Gambling Commission. www.secure.gamblingcommission.gov.uk/publicregister/search/detail/5059 The registered Responsible person ...Read more →
Could you Step Up to this 50-day challenge and walk, run, hop or skip your way to supporting children with a brain condition? Over 500,000 children across the UK have a brain condition that makes learning, playing and just experiencing the world a real challenge. So far we've been able to support some 50,000 children and their families, but by taking on your own challenge, ...Read more →
Whatever type of superhero you are we've got suggestions galore for how you can don your cape and work wonders for children with brain conditions. Do you have a talent for bringing people together and inspiring them? Then why not host a fundraising event? While it's still hard for us to get together there are plenty of ways to connect virtually and do some good. ...Read more →
Every baby born premature is twice as likely to develop a life-changing brain condition Half a million children in the UK have a brain condition that can make learning, playing and simply experiencing the world a huge challenge. We know research can change lives. That's why we're dedicated to supporting high quality research, utilising the findings to provide evidence based information and support to children ...Read more →
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