Research News

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

Legal

Disabled Facilities Grant Ruling

In a judgment released on 2 April 2020, the High Court ruled that when processing an application for a disabled ...
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Cerebra funded research at the University of Birmingham

The Cerebra Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CCND) is headed by Professor Chris Oliver and is based in the School of ...
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Legal

Legal Handbook for Families Launched

Legal Action Group has published its 3rd edition of Disabled Children: A legal handbook and is currently offering a 20% ...
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Project advisory group

Join our Project Advisory Group

Join our Project Advisory Group to help us improve mental health services for children with rare genetic developmental conditions. Background ...
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Girl receiving physio

Implementation of the Welsh SEN/ALN Reform Postponed

Kirsty Williams, Minister for Education, has issued a written statement postponing the roll out of the new special educational needs ...
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Boy with a female carer, smiling.

Local Government Ombudsman Report on SEND in England

In a new report released on 04 October and called Not going to plan? – Education, Health and Care plans ...
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School transport, Cerebra help with families of children with brain conditions.

Home to School Travel and Transport Guidance Consultation -England

Cerebra’s Legal Entitlement and Problem-solving (LEaP) Project, led by Luke Clements the Cerebra Professor of Law and Social Justice at ...
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Cerebra Research what we do.

What’s your Experience of Community Physical Participation?

Hello. My name is Karen Visser. I am a physiotherapist, PhD student and Senior Lecturer at Cardiff University. You can ...
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bullying and mental health

School, bullying and mental health

School. Some of us fondly remember our days in school as ‘some of the best days of our lives’. School ...
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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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