Hundreds of children and young people with acquired brain injury have used the residential rehabilitation service provided by The Children’s Trust at the Tadworth Centre.  The beautiful 24-acre campus makes a safe environment for rehabilitation, giving each child opportunities for therapy, education and leisure activities that may not be available in a hospital.

For children with the most severe brain injuries, who may have a disorder of consciousness, the team of doctors, nurses and care staff will work to improve their quality of life by managing any issues they have with pain, sleep or reflux.

reasons to donate

Each year The Children's Trust needs to raise at least £7 million to run vital services for children with brain injury, and help reach out to more children and families across the UK. By supporting our project you can make a difference to their lives.

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Residential programmes at The Children’s Trust are flexible and adapt to the needs of each child depending on the severity of their brain injury and their stage of recovery.



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