The Child Brain Injury Trust is a national charity, based in Oxfordshire. The charity was founded in 1991 by consultants at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford.

We are a non-medical orgainsation offering emotional and practical support to families affected by childhood acquired brain injury (ABI).   We also provide training, information and resources for families and professionals who are supporting children who have an ABI.

Our services cover the whole of the UK.

CPD activities

  • Understanding Childhood Acquired Brain Injury
  • Understanding Childhood Acquired Brain Injury in Early Years Settings
  • Child Brain Injury Trust Legal Conference 2019
  • Birmingham Young People's Project

Who should attend?
We offer training across a broad range of disciplines – education, law, healthcare, social services, case management, local authority teams.  In fact anyone who is working with children and young people. This course is aimed at those with limited knowledge of ABI, and want to know more about how to support children and young people who are affected by this disability.

Further Information:
https://childbraininjurytrust.org.uk/