Carers undoubtably have a difficult role which can take its toll. For every carer it is important to remember that you’re not alone – as just one part of a support team, we talk to carers all the time and whatever situation you’re in, you will find other carers who know what you’re going through – physically, emotionally, financially.
Here we look at a few options for support, advice and sharing experiences.
Brain Injury Hub
Online support centre for the families of children affected by acquired brain injury created by The Children’s Trust.
An excellent source of information, advice and support, this charity is at the forefront of campaigning for carers.
Brain Injury is BIG
Brain Injury is BIG is a registered charity and support group for family members of people with severe brain injuries. Their online forum and telephone helpline offer peer-to-peer support.
Brain Injury Group
The Brain Injury Group exists to support individuals and families affected by brain injury and the health and social care professionals working in this specialist field. Our mission is to provide anyone affected by brain injury with access to advice on legal, financial and welfare benefit issues delivered by proven experts in the field who have been chosen not only for their skills and knowledge, but also for their passion and dedication to helping people.
As well as providing legal and welfare advice, Brain Injury Group provide training for legal, health and social care professionals. View our award winning Brain Injury Group brain injury training events.
How can Brain Injury Group help you?
If you would like advice about bringing a brain injury claim, capacity, deputyships, managing the award of compensation or any other aspect of brain injury welfare, legal or financial advice, we have specialist brain injury solicitors and Court of Protection solicitors who can assist.
You can find full details of Brain Injury Group members on our website or there are several ways to get in touch:
- Call us on 0800 612 9660 or 01737 852203
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Complete this short enquiry form and we’ll get back to you
- Find a specialist brain injury solicitor near to you
Additional sources of emotional support
- You can find details of several brain and head injury support groups and charities here.
- The BIG Directory has a comprehensive list of charities and support groups for those affected by brain injuries