Brody Laura is mother to 5 year old Brody who, despite having lots of health issues, has no definitive diagnosis. Laura writes about their journey as a family in her blog Brody, Me and GDD. In this blog post, Laura explains their journey as a family. "Our beautiful Brody entered the world just over 5 years ago. He passed all of his newborn tests and ...Read more →
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Dr Gratacos Our research team at the University of Barcelona looks at identifying deviations in foetal brain development as early as possible to help prevent and/or minimise childhood disability. Dr Eduard Gratacós explains his journey into research and why he believes that health starts before birth: "I was trained in Obstetrics & Gynecology in the early 1990s. Soon after starting my medical residency, I found ...Read more →
Louise Astill, a solicitor from CL Medilaw, a firm specialising in medical negligence and serious injuries, is gearing up to take on her biggest challenge to date, running the London Marathon on 3rd October in support of Cerebra. The London Marathon is a 26.2 mile feat around the streets of London, totalling an eye watering 55,000 steps or the equivalent of running her commute from ...Read more →
We have joined leading UK Neurodevelopmental and Mental Health Charities to Launch The ‘Embracing Complexity Coalition’ The Embracing Complexity Coalition launched on the 21st May at an event at the Houses of Parliament hosted by Dame Cheryl Gillan, MP, Chair of the APPG on Autism, Rt. Hon. Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health & Social Care and the Chair of the Embracing Complexity Coalition, ...Read more →
Samuel and Angel In 2017 we welcomed Samuel Turner to team Cerebra as a volunteer and Samuel, his family and friend Angel Jolly have done us proud! They have held bake sales to raise both money and vital awareness to Cerebra and have even visited HQ so they could meet Cerebra staff. Always eager to spread the word about Cerebra, Samuel recently spoke about us in ...Read more →
Our Innovation Centre has been doing some pioneering work with surfing equipment for disabled children over the past couple of years They recently received funding from Claire's Project which allowed them to produce two new surf boards, one of which was produced in time to be tested out at an event held by the Wave Project. The board was used by about 10 children over the course ...Read more →
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