Legal Rights

Case Management following an acquired brain injury

What is case management? Paediatric Case Management is the planning and coordination of therapeutic, medical, and social care to promote ...
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Have your say: Reforms to Assessment and Safeguarding procedures

A strong sense of despair and hopelessness comes over me whenever I am asked to respond to (yet another) Government ...
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Brain injury after severe illness and sepsis

Childhood viral and bacterial illnesses are common, and usually are easily treated. Sometimes, however, if the symptoms are left too ...
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Cerebra and the University of Leeds Continence Survey 2023

Cerebra has frequently received reports from families who have encountered difficulties when trying to access continence supplies for their disabled ...
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BBK’s Free ENS Legal Clinic

BBK’s specialist Child Brain Injury solicitors are launching a dedicated and free of charge legal Clinic for parents of babies ...
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School transport, Cerebra help with families of children with brain conditions.

Advice On Accessing School Transport

Our Legal Rights Service was recently able to help a family to access school transport for their daughter. Mum D ...
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Introducing Wizzybug – the fun way to get around for children with physical disabilities

The Wizzybug is an innovative powered wheelchair modelled on the ‘Little Tikes’ car, aimed at younger children with limited mobility ...
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England: Important Consultation for Disabled Children and Young People

The Government is carrying out a consultation on its vision of how to reform children’s social care in England. This ...
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Wales: Implementation of the ALN Act Extended Until August 2025

On March 20 2023, Jeremy Miles MS, Minister for Education and Welsh Language, issued a written statement announcing that the ...
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What is HIE and how is it linked to Cerebral Palsy?

What is hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy (HIE)? Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy, otherwise known as “HIE”, is a technical term describing brain damage caused ...
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