Child Brain Injury Trust – New Website


Over the last few months the CBIT team have been working on an exciting new project, and today we are finally able to tell you about it!

We have developed a brand new website that will serve as a fantastic resource for professionals across the UK. Whether you are a teacher, a social worker, a solicitor or a healthcare practitioner there is something for you on our new site.  Phase one of the project launches today and you can visit the new site here. As anyone who has ever done this before will know, investing in a new website is not cheap to do, and this represents a considerable financial commitment for the charity.

The new menu across the top of the page makes it so much easier to find what you are looking for. The first and most important item under “How We Help” explains what our service is and how to make a referral.  The support is further broken down by region making the information more tailored to each area. The website is cleaner, and easier to navigate and will be a pleasure to read on phone, tablet or your laptop

You can also see our new Services Guide. We have been working alongside some of the very best organisations in the UK who have proven that they can support children on their journey after ABI and to get the best results for a child’s future.
We have been expanding the guide to offer a wide range of services to the families we support. These services include:

  • Rehabilitation services
  • Therapy based services
  • Wealth management services
  • Community care services
  • Counselling services

We have made it much easier to navigate the wealth of information that is on our web page.  You will be able to view all our fact sheets and publications and easily download whatever information you need. The new website also makes booking in for all our events and e-learning session a lot easier, with a few clicks of a button you can make an event booking, register for an e-learning session and download a fact sheet to read later.

Phase two, launching later in 2018 will see further information and resources that are especially for children and teens. We acknowledge that people spend so much of their lives online, and this is true of young people as much as adults. This section of the site will be just for them and will offer valuable support and information. We know that young people want to be involved in their own care and future as much as they can, and providing an online space for them makes that possible.

There are also many more ways to get involved with our fundraising events and activities, ideas for fundraisers and a tab just for company supporters. You can also pay in money you have raised or sign up to be a regular giver.

This project has been under wraps now for many months and we are excited
that today is the day when our new website launches.
Please take a moment to visit the page and check it out – we hope you will find it to be a useful resource!

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