Research News

We regularly publish news from our research partners and how it is informing our services to families.

Embracing Complexity, Cerebra the charity for families of children with brain conditions

The Embracing Complexity Coalition launches

We have joined leading UK Neurodevelopmental and Mental Health Charities to Launch The ‘Embracing Complexity Coalition’ The Embracing Complexity Coalition ...
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Cerebra and Cardiff University collaborate to advance support available to families

Hello, I’m Lowri and I’m really happy to be joining Cerebra to work on an exciting and new Welsh Government ...
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Our LEaP Project helps change the Welsh Government’s guidance on continence products

Have you been told that you can’t have more than 4 continence products a day, even if your child needs ...
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Improving the mental health of children with brain conditions

  We are launching a new project to help families of children with brain conditions access timely and appropriate mental ...
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Joint Statement on PenCRU by Cerebra and University of Exeter Medical School

The following joint statement concerns termination of funding from the charity Cerebra for the Academic Chair and PenCRU childhood disability ...
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Support in the Early Years Survey

We are working with the Family Research Group at the University of Warwick, as well as with Mencap,  Ambitious about ...
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Partnership pioneers better support services

We have forged a partnership with Cardiff University to improve services for families of children with debilitating brain disorders. The ...
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Understanding and reducing sleep disorders in children with development delay

The Sleep Project at the Cerebra Centre for Neurological Disorders at Birmingham University is studying sleep in children with neurological conditions. ...
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Delivering legal rights through practical problem solving

In this article we explain our Legal Entitlements and Problem-Solving (LEaP) Project with the Centre for Law and Social Justice, the ...
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