Acquired brain injury books

The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. We provide rehabilitation and support to children and young people with acquired brain injury (ABI) from across the country.

We also run the Brain Injury Hub, an information website for parents of children with ABI.

We have published a range of books to help families explore the issues around brain injury. Please click each image  to find out how each book might be helpful for you and your family.

Thanks to the generous support of our donors, we are able to offer our books for only the cost of postage and packaging. Please note these books are available in the UK only.

If you would like to, you can make an additional voluntary donation to help us meet our costs and fund future projects to help children with brain injury and their families.

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  1. Acquired Brain Injury leaflets
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    Thousands of children and their families are affected by brain injury every year. It can be an uncertain time with many questions. We hope to answer some of them here. Learn More
  2. Me and my Brain
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    Me and my brain: a handbook for teenagers affected by acquired brain injury. Learn More
  3. Heads Up, Tim-Tron: A glossy picture book to help children understand brain injury
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    This storybook explains brain injury through the experiences of a young robot, Tim Tron. Learn More

  4. Our Journey: A resource to support children with acquired brain injury
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    A practical folder for parents or carers of a child with brain injury. Learn More
  5. Acquired Brain Injury In Children: A Parents' Handbook
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    A guide for families of children with brain injury, with information and practical advice. Learn More
  6. CONCUSSION IN CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE: A GUIDE FOR FAMILIES, TEACHERS AND SPORTS COACHES (E-VERSION)
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    Concussion in children and young people: a guide for families, teachers and sports coaches. This booklet covers what a concussion is, symptoms, tips, recovery, returning to school and sports, post-concussion syndrome and concussion in babies and toddlers. A PDF version of this booklet will be emailed to you once you have ordered via the basket.

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  7. Concussion in children and young people: a guide for families, teachers and sports coaches (multipack)
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    This booklet and pocket card pack covers what a concussion is, symptoms, tips, recovery, returning to school and sports, post-concussion syndrome and concussion in babies and toddlers. A pocket card provides facts, symptoms and advice. Learn More
  8. Concussion in children and young people: a guide for families, teachers and sports coaches (individual pack)
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    This booklet covers what a concussion is, symptoms, tips, recovery, returning to school and sports, post-concussion syndrome and concussion in babies and toddlers. A pocket card provides facts, symptoms and advice. Learn More
  9. ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY IN CHILDREN: A GUIDE FOR TEACHERS AND SCHOOL STAFF (E-VERSION)
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    This booklet (e-version) covers acquired brain injury and its effects and how a child can be supported when they return to school. It includes strategies to use and common effects including fatigue, memory, movement difficulties and behavioural issues. A PDF version of this booklet will be emailed to you once you have ordered via the basket.

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  10. Acquired brain injury in children: a guide for teachers and school staff (multipack)
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    This booklet and pocket card pack covers acquired brain injury and its effects and how a child can be supported when they return to school. It includes strategies to use and common effects including fatigue, memory, movement difficulties and behavioural issues. A pocket card provides facts, symptoms and advice. This pack contains 8 booklets and 12 pocket cards. Learn More

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