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Annette’s daughter Helen, suffered a traumatic brain injury at the age of 18. Annette recalls the emotional story of how the traumatic brain injury has affected Helen and how she has “lost” part of her...
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The post The brain injured daughter I have ‘lost’ but not lost – Helen’s story appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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There are many things in life that we are prepared for, researching in advance to ensure that we make the right choices and receive the best service, things as simple as choosing a hairdresser based...
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The post The importance of choosing the right brain injury solicitor appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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Daniel Lee, from member law firm Clear Law, recently settled a case at a Joint Settlement Meeting where the claimant, suffered Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, leaving her with loss of vision and health issues which will...
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The post Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension case study appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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Dramatherapy is a form of psychotherapy which uses drama, storytelling, play and movement to support people to understand themselves and make positive changes in their lives. Acting has long been considered beneficial to development, in...
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The post The Beauty of Dramatherapy appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding (“CHC”) is a package of care arranged and funded solely by the NHS to those over 18 who are found to have what is called a “primary health need”. The term...
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The post What is Continuing Healthcare Funding? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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Cerebral palsy is the name given to a range of conditions affecting muscle control, movement and co-ordination caused by damage to or problems with the brain that occur before, during or shortly after birth. The...
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The post What is cerebral palsy and when might there be a claim? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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A Power of Attorney allows someone to make decisions about your affairs on your behalf.  There are two different types of Power of Attorney, an ordinary Power of Attorney and a Lasting Power of Attorney. ...
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The post What are Lasting Powers of Attorney? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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We all know that the UK has an army of unpaid carers with family and friends providing varying levels of informal care. Sometimes providing care is part of being a relative, particularly in the case...
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The post Can a Deputy make family care payments? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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A personal injury trust is a trust set up by a solicitor utilising monies received as a result of a settlement arising out of a personal injury or clinical negligence claim. A personal injury trust...
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The post What is a Personal injury trust? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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Children and young people with brain injuries often need extra help and support in school or college because of their special educational needs. All schools must ‘use their best endeavours’ to make sure that a...
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The post SEN What are a school’s obligations? appeared first on Brain Injury Group.

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