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Child Brain Injury Trust

Child Brain Injury Trust is a charity that provides information, emotional and practical support, and training to anyone affected by an acquired brain injury in children and young people.  This includes the child or young person themselves, their family and the professionals who support them.  As…

Child Brain Injury Trust is a charity that provides information, emotional and practical support, and training to anyone affected by an acquired brain injury in children and young people.  This includes the child or young person themselves, their family and the professionals who support them.  As a charity our services are free for the families we support. 

We have a team of Child and Family Support Co-ordinators across the UK who specialise in helping with all aspects of family life.  We tailor our support to the individual family needs.

Please call our National Helpline on 0303 303 2248 or email us at helpline@cbituk.org for more information.

Who to contact

Telephone
0303 303 2248
Alternative telephone: 01869 341075
E-mail
helpline@cbituk.org
Website
http://www.childbraininjurytrust.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Child Brain Injury Trust
Address
Unit 1, The Great Barn
Baynards Green Farm
Baynards Green
Bicester
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX27 7SG
Notes

This is merely the Head Office of the Charity.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Helpline open Monday - Friday
Session Information
9am - 5pm (You can leave a message outside these hours or if we are busy)

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
0
Details

There is no charge for our Child & Family Support service, including the Helpline.

Availability

Age Ranges
0 to 24 years

Additional Information

Providing services to
Disabled children/young people
Adults
Carers

Last checked on 05/02/2018

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

This information has been collected from third party providers and Oxfordshire County Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of the information nor does inclusion represent a recommendation or an endorsement. Parents, carers, young people and professionals are recommended to check that organisations and services are appropriate and safe before they attend.
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