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Returning to school after a brain injury can be a difficult and challenging time for children and their families. Ensuring in advance, that the right support for your child’s specific needs is in place, is…
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It is possible to make a claim for compensation following a brain injury if the injury has resulted from negligent errors in medical advice or treatment. These types of claims are known as clinical or…
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Carer’s Allowance is a benefit for anyone who spends a significant amount of time looking after a disabled person. Carer’s Allowance is a non-contributory benefit and therefore not based upon your National Insurance contributions. It…
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The definition of education and what support is available is broad. The Children and Families Act 2014 widened support that is available to include support for education and training. This means that support that might…
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Jaundice is a condition commonly seen in new born babies, usually identified by a yellowing of their skin, treatment for which is very straightforward using phototherapy or light treatment. It roughly affects 60% of full…
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When a loved one does not have mental capacity, as a result of an illness or accident, it can be an extremely daunting time for families. Who will manage their financial and property affairs, matters…
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