Dawn Cavanagh Dawn Cavanagh, whose teenage son has autism, considers the benefits and challenges of life online for young people with special educational needs (SEN) and discusses ways to teach young people with SEN to navigate the internet safely, while making the most of what the internet has to offer. Like it or not we are living in a digital age. Today, you can get ...Read more →
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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 ...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 →
The CIC team works closely with the Assistive Technologies Innovation Centre (ATiC) at the university. This is an integrated research centre which puts user-centred design thinking and strategic innovation tools into practice with a strong emphasis in health and wellbeing. ATiC utilises a range of reality capture technologies such as 3D scanning, biomechanics and eye tracking, along with a range of advanced prototyping facilities, such ...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 →
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.Read more →
Each of the Cerebra management team oversees their own department within the charity. Chris Jones CEO Chris graduated from the University of Wales in Economics and joined the NHS graduate trainee program shortly after. He progressed quickly to the Head of Finance at Bolton Health Authority and from there has gone from strength-to-strength professionally. At the age of 27, Chris became the youngest NHS CEO ...Read more →
Thank you so much for signing up to make a regular donation to us. Giving in this way is incredibly kind and your continued support will make a real difference to the lives of children with brain conditions and their families. We rely heavily on public support and gifts, just like yours, provide a vital source of funding for our research and support services. Over ...Read more →
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