Complimentary Resources for Professionals working with children and young people

Complimentary Resources for Professionals working with children and young people


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Complimentary Resources
Problem youth, or young people with a hidden disability?
Have you ever worked with a child with an acquired brain injury?
If your immediate response is no, can you be entirely sure?
A recent report published following the All-Party Parliamentary Group on ABI highlights the need for improved and wider awareness of this under-acknowledged subject.
Ask yourself – do you support children and young people who appear to be:
• Lazy?
• Always tired?
• Having problems with behaviour and emotions?
• Unable to concentrate?

It could be they have an acquired brain injury, which may only start to manifest sometime after the actual injury, this can be month or even years later…

The Child Brain Injury Trust, a UK wide charity, are holding fully CPD accredited one day Workshop in:

Understanding Childhood Acquired Brain Injury
Supported by:

One Day CPD accredited Workshop in

Southampton 29th January 2020
click here for more details & to book

Online Learning
We also offer a range of short online E-learning Sessions looking at a range of topics to help professionals learn more about childhood acquired brain injury which is often described as a hidden disability.

We recommend the following sessions from our E-Learning Library, simply click on the links below to register. You can also view or browse our complete library by clicking HERE.

Basic Brain Functions – and the impact on behaviour and learning

Understanding childhood acquired brain injury – a short session looking at the basic facts and issues covered in our One Day workshop of the same name.

Strategies for support in School – once you have a basic understanding of the issues this session will help you support children and young people with an ABI in school.

ABI and the links to Youth Offending A short webinar reviewing why young people with an ABI are at risk of offending and what should be done to support them.

For further information or support regarding these resources please email

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