Families where a child has a brain condition face challenges every day. Just to learn, play, make friends and experience the world can feel difficult, even impossible. But we don’t believe there’s any challenge that can’t be overcome.

So we listen to families, we learn from them. We carry out research, we design and innovate, we make and share. From new equipment to new learning resources, to new ways to play and support each other, everything we find out together makes life better, It opens doors to discovering the world.

It’s an incredibly rewarding journey for everyone involved. Why not be a part of it? You never know what we’ll discover together.

Cerebra

Cerebra Parent Guides

Cerebra have a very useful library of information including parent guides covering a wide range of issues that parents face when caring for their child with disabilities. Cerebra cover lots more information and advice on their website that you may find useful. Click here to find out more
These Guides are provided free of charge but if you would like to make a donation to help cover the costs of research and updating, it would make a huge difference. You can 
donate online, or by text, sending CERE12 and then the amount to 70070 or telephone our Fundraising Department on 01267 224221.

Please find below a list of downloadable PDF Parent guides

Cerebra Sleep Service

Many families struggle with sleep disturbances, which are common in children with a brain condition. They may include difficulty settling to sleep, waking early in the morning or during the night, daytime drowsiness and problems sleeping alone. Cerebra’s Sleep Service aims to give you the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to tackle your child’s sleep problem. Click here to learn more

Cerebra Innovation Centre

Our Innovation Centre design products to help children discover life and have fun alongside their friends. Their designs aim to reduce some of the social stigma attached to disabilities by making not only functional but beautiful products that are also fun to use. What can we help your child discover? Click here to learn more

Click here to find out more about Cerebra’s support services