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a Cerebra Superhero running the London Landmarks Half Marathon

Introducing some of our Superhero runners

Get to know our runners and a bit more about why they chose to run for us Sam Hitchcock I’m running for Cerebra as my mum works for the charity, so that gave me a great introduction to the amazing work they do. I jumped at the chance to undertake a work experience placement at the Cerebra Innovation Centre back in 2016 when I was ...
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Book Review: ‘Hydrocephalus: What I Wish I’d Known’ by Harry’s HAT

When you get a diagnosis, you can feel like you’re the only family going through it. How great to find other families who know what it’s like. For families of children diagnosed with Hydrocephalus, this book does just that! Many families have shared their stories about their own child with Hydrocephalus and they are all in this lovely book.  The charity Harry’s Hydrocephalus Awareness Trust ...
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1Your Tickets2Your Details3Payment Ticket priceHow many tickets would you like?*Unique IDHiddenTicket numbersAdditional DonationI would also like to make a donation (optional) £5 £10 £20 Other Other amount: Can we claim Gift Aid on your donation? Yes, please claim Gift Aid No, I'm not a UK Taxpayer By ticking yes, I confirm that I am a UK taxpayer and I would like to Gift Aid this ...
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The Be Well Checklist

Our Be Well checklist is the newest resource to come out of our work at the Cerebra Network for Neurodevelopmental Disorders (CNND). It links together many of our existing resources to help parents of children with complex needs. What is the Be Well Checklist? The Be-Well Checklist is a list of the things that are important to assess when thinking about the behaviour and wellbeing ...
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Introducing Cerebra PhD Student Jessica Mingins

I’m Jessica Mingins, a first year PhD student based at Aston University. My PhD is funded by Cerebra and focuses on tailoring and validating assessment measures for anxiety in children with rare genetic syndromes. My PhD will also involve examining factors that give rise to anxiety in these populations. About Me I first became interested in research through experience gained on placement in the final ...
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Positive Family Connections – Take Part

We are inviting family carers of a child with a learning disability, autism, or both aged 8-13 years to take part in a study of a new online programme, Positive Family Connections. The programme aims to enhance family relationships and wellbeing in families of a child with a developmental disability. Positive Family Connections is funded by Cerebra and has been co-produced by family carers and ...
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Lifestyle Interventions in Pregnancy

Most women thinking about having a baby know that they need to make lifestyle changes before and while they are pregnant for a safe and healthy pregnancy. They ask their doctor or midwife for recommendations about caffeine intake, exercise, alcohol consumption, the best foods to eat and what to avoid, and are particularly receptive to changing their health behaviour1. Many researchers have sought to establish ...
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Institutionalising Parent Blame

Luke explains the research report 'Institutionalising Parent Carer Blame'.
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The long road ahead for Cerebra Superhero fundraiser

On Friday 20th May 2022, PCB Radio DJ, Chris ‘Swifty’ Morgan will be cycling the whole of the A38 for children living with a brain condition and their families. We’re talking 292 miles, making the A38 the second longest A-road in the whole of the UK! But, once you take into account the stages which will be on national cycle routes, Swifty's journey will actually ...
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Cerebra Network for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Annual Report

This annual report details the work undertaken by the Cerebra Network for Neurodevelopmental Disorders in 2021.
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