Cerebral Palsy Group is an online resource for anyone who has been affected by cerebral palsy, birth injuries, or brain injuries. The team was created to provide answers and all types of assistance needed to help improve the quality of life for loved ones and family members with cerebral palsy.
Hemihelp aims to offer information and support to families where there is a child with hemiplegia and raise awareness about the condition amongst both the professionals who work with our children and the public.
The National Society for Epilepsy is striving for a world without epilepsy. In the meantime we will seek to enhance the Quality of Life of people affected by epilepsy by promoting research, education and public awareness, and by providing specialist medical care and support services.
The Neurological Alliance is a collaborative forum of a wide range of neurological charities. By working together members of the Alliance pursue the highest standards of service and care for the estimated three million people in the UK affected by a neurological condition, their families and carers.
Speakability is the national charity that supports people living with aphasia and their carers through its information service, national network of groups and activities programme; influences individuals, organisations and statutory bodies in order to improve services for people living with aphasia; and raises funds to support these aims.
Cavernoma Alliance UK is a charity created by people affected by Cavernoma otherwise known as cerebral cavernous malformations or cavernous angioma. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for those affected by cavernomas through education, support and promotion of research.
The UKABIF is a not-for-profit coalition of organisations and individuals that seeks to promote understanding of all aspects of acquired brain injury and to provide information and expert input to policy makers and others to promote the interests of brain injured people and their families.
Since 1986 the Brain and Spinal Injury Charity has been raising funding for research into the brain and more recently they have extended their services to include support and information for those recovering from these conditions.
The Brain and Spine Foundation was set up in 1992 to develop research, education and information programmes aimed at improving the prevention, treatment and care of people affected by disorders of the brain and spine and to stimulate the greater allocation of resources across all neurological disorders.