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Research Ethics

Membership of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) Cerebra is actively pursuing membership of The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC). Use of animals in research – Cerebra statement Cerebra endorses the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) position on the use of animals in research, as outlined in this statement. We support the principle of using animals in research, when no other alternatives ...
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Our Superheroes: Vanessa and Ryan

For six-year-old Ryan Hooper and his family, getting a good night’s sleep was a constant struggle until they discovered Cerebra. Ryan has Down’s syndrome and the condition often causes poor or disturbed sleep, something that affected him and had a knock-on effect on the whole family. When his mum, Vanessa, heard a representative from Cerebra speak four years ago at a local Down’s syndrome support ...
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New books in our library

In recent months the library has had less money to buy new books and it's been hard to choose which books to buy out of all the new publications and suggestions from library members. Here are our most recent new books. We've chosen ones on subjects we are asked for most frequently and we’ve received a few donated books too. Books L6700 Successful Social Stories ...
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A selection of toys available from cerebra's lending library

Try Before You Buy With Our Sensory Toy Library

Our specialist postal library contains a wide range of books for both adults and children and a selection of toys specially chosen for children with brain conditions. It's a great way to try out what sensory toys your child enjoys the most without buying what can be very expensive items. One mum, Annmarie, told us how our library has helped her son, Harrison: "Harrison is ...
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Learning Disabilities, Autism and Internet Safety - Cerebra the charity for children with brain conditions

Learning Disabilities, Autism and Internet Safety

A guide for parents All parents understand the importance of Internet safety. Our guide outlines some suggestions to help you limit the risk of your child having negative experiences online and understand what action can be taken if they do. This guide also suggests resources that will help your child get the most out of the Internet.
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Event Terms and Conditions

If you are obtaining your place through Cerebra… This event is hosted or organised by a third-party event organiser, London Landmarks Ltd and Great Runs Ltd. We will share necessary information from that which you have provided in the registration form with the event organiser to assist them with planning, operating and managing this event. The event organiser will request additional personal information from you ...
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LEaP Project Request Form

Contact the LEaP Project If you would like to ask for support from the Project, please read our Guidelines first and then complete the form below. If you have any questions, you can contact us at [email protected] or on 01267 242582. Step 1 of 3 33% About youName* MrMrsMissMsDrProf.Rev. Title First Last Address* Name/Number and Street Address Line 2 Town/City State / Province / Region Postcode AfghanistanAlbaniaAlgeriaAmerican SamoaAndorraAngolaAntigua and ...
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Personal Independence Payments (PIP) Signposting

Disability Living Allowance for people aged 16-64 has been replaced by Personal Independence Payments (PIP). This means that if your child is 16 (or older) and wishes to make a new claim then they will have to claim PIP rather than DLA. Children who are already receiving DLA and then turn 16 will gradually be re-assessed for PIP. This is an ongoing process that is ...
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