Caring for a Child with a Brain Injury

A brain injury is sudden, devastating, and terrifying for both a child and their family. It can affect the entire family – the injured child, parents, brothers and sisters, grandparents and other relatives. Parents whose children have an acquired brain injury experience a range of emotions. Coming to terms with these new circumstances can place a great strain on parents and can take time.

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Caring for someone in hospital with a brain injury

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