Virtual brain injury support
Through the virtual support package, the Children's Brain Injury Trust is able to offer a wide variety of services and pathways to support and utilise the breadth of interactive services on offer.
We can appreciate at this time there are lots of questions around how COVID-19 impacts young people with an acquired brain injury.
This must be a difficult time for everyone and with information about the virus changing every day, it raises more questions and concerns which we completely appreciate and understand.
As an organisation it would not be appropriate for us to comment on how COVID-19 may affect specific individuals with brain injury. We would therefore recommend that advice is sought from your GP or consultant. We would urge everyone to follow the advice and guidance given by NHS England and appropriate health bodies as they have the most up to date information regarding COVID-19.
We do have lots of resources that can be accessed and downloaded around supporting children and young people with an acquired brain injury and have developed a helpful e-learning session that will help you manage during these difficult times.
You can view this session by simply clicking the box below, the session should open up automatically. If it does not open properly please try again, the online systems are very busy at the moment!
We have also developed a new fact sheet for parents which you can view by clicking the box below.
The Corona Virus situation is constantly changing, we will endeavour to keep everyone informed via our website and social channels. Please also take a moment to look at our new Virtual Support Service that families can access going forward, we want to ensure we continue to support families when they need us most.
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