legal rights

Family Trauma: A Broken Care System

The University of Kent's Tizard Centre has been collaborating with the Challenging Behaviour Foundation, which provides support to families who ...
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School transport, Cerebra help with families of children with brain conditions.

School Transport: what will the Department for Education’s updated guidance mean for disabled children and their families?

In June 2023, the Department for Education published the long awaited revised school transport guidance, Travel to school for children ...
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Making the call

Reasons to seek legal advice about a potential claim for compensation for a child with a brain injury or condition ...
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Case Management following an acquired brain injury

What is case management? Paediatric Case Management is the planning and coordination of therapeutic, medical, and social care to promote ...
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Have your say: Reforms to Assessment and Safeguarding procedures

A strong sense of despair and hopelessness comes over me whenever I am asked to respond to (yet another) Government ...
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BBK’s Free ENS Legal Clinic

BBK’s specialist Child Brain Injury solicitors are launching a dedicated and free of charge legal Clinic for parents of babies ...
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Practical approaches to resolving commonly occurring health and social care difficulties

John Furlong and Derek Tilley work within our Legal Entitlements and Problem-solving Project. They help families to understand what their ...
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Protecting vulnerable children during the cost of living crisis

Now is the winter of our discontent. Historically, winter has evoked different reactions in all of us - some of ...
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How rehabilitation and support can help a child with an acquired brain injury to flourish and reach their potential

My team and I are both proud and privileged to act for the most amazing, brave and courageous clients - children ...
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Cerebra and the University of Leeds FII (Fabricated or Induced Illness) Survey

Cerebra has become increasingly concerned over recent years with an apparent rise in reports from families with disabled children which ...
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