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Disability Living Allowance for people aged 16-64 has been replaced by Personal Independence Payments (PIP).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 ...Read more →
In the UK, 60,000 babies are born premature each year. That’s enough to fill 280 primary schools. It’s too many. Far too many. Every baby born premature is twice as likely to develop a life-changing brain condition. We believe every newborn baby deserves a fighting chance. Find out more Donate Today Claire and Angus The risks to babies born premature are significant and the news ...Read more →
For some children, falling asleep without an adult with them seems impossible. Perhaps your child is used to you sleeping in bed with them, or on a chair in the corner of their room. Although your presence may help them settle to sleep initially, if these same conditions are not in place when they wake up in the middle of the night, they may struggle ...Read more →
Our Parent Support Consultant Gill Gleeson takes a look at communicating with music. "Because music is a way of communicating other than with speech, or in addition to it, it is obviously something to look at for (though not only for) children with speech and language difficulties. A number of claims are made for the value of music to children including those with additional needs. This ...Read more →
We know that sleep affects every single aspect of our waking lives – our mood, behaviour, physical and mental well-being, and our performance. Disruption to our sleep can have far-reaching consequences. All children experience sleep difficulties at some point, whether it’s refusing to go to bed, having difficulty going to sleep, not wanting to sleep alone, waking up during the night, waking up early – ...Read more →
Imogen was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy at birth. The condition severely limits movement in her lower body and her mum, Catherine, sought additional support to ensure her daughter had the best opportunity to develop, both physically and socially. She came across the Cerebra Innovation Centre in Swansea, which creates bespoke products for children with neurological conditions, and immediately got in touch. ‘The team at the ...Read more →
Samuel Turner is a young man with a passion for supporting Cerebra. His achievements are all the more remarkable as he is autistic, has learning difficulties and ADHD. Samuel’s been supporting us since 2017 by raising awareness and raising funds. He promotes the charity at film festivals, conferences, town centres and at local supermarkets. He’s also organised stalls at school Summer Fetes and Christmas Fairs. To ...Read more →
With Christmas just around the corner, I think it’s fair to say that after the year it’s been, we’re all in need of some festive joy and cheer! We’ve launched our Christmas campaign in the hope of spreading some of this to children living with a brain condition and their families who have found each day such a struggle since the pandemic. With care and ...Read more →
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