Education

Every child has a right to education. But children with a brain condition often face extra difficulties in getting the education they are entitled to. We’re here to help parents and carers access the right education for their child.

Our comprehensive guides help you as a parent or carer understand the different educational services available to your child in England and Wales. They outline the services your child may be entitled to and also contain template letters to help you communicate effectively with educational bodies and social services should you need to.

Guide for Teachers

Returning to School: A Teacher’s Guide for Pupils with Brain Tumours, During and After Treatment is aimed at teachers, assistants and SENCOs.  It helps explain what a student diagnosed with a brain or spinal tumour may be experiencing medically, emotionally and cognitively. It provides strategies for helping them and the school through this difficult time.

School Transport in England

This guide explains the legal duties on local authorities to provide free school transport for disabled children in England. The law relating to school transport can be complicated and this guide aims to help parents and carers understand their legal rights.

School Transport in Wales

This guide explains the legal duties on local authorities to provide free school transport for disabled children in Wales. The law relating to school transport can be complicated and this guide aims to help parents and carers understand their legal rights.

Cerebra Count Me In Lottery

Count Me In Lottery

Taking part in our ‘Count Me In’ Lottery is a wonderful way to make a real difference to children with brain conditions and their families. It also means you are in with a chance to win our big weekly prize.

Sleep Service

Sleep Advice Service

LEap

Legal Rights Service

Parent Guides

Parent Guides

Cerebra Innovation Centre

Cerebra Innovation Centre

Library

Toy and Book Library