‘How can we talk to our children about Brain Injury?’
This is a regularly asked question by parents who have suffered a brain injury and their respective partners.
This book has been designed so that children between five and eight can read it independently. However, ideal if should be used with an adult to facilitate discussion about all aspects of family life and to enhance general emotional wellbeing.
This book deliberately makes brain injury one of many things going on for this small group of children because for most children it is only one of many issues in their family life.
This story is intended to emphasise that all families are different, with their own strengths and weaknesses and different experiences. Brain injury is another experience that some people encounter and others do not.