Useful links

Here are some links to organisations that, in addition to the Foundation, can provide you with help and support relating to bereavement or the after effects associated with meningitis and septicaemia.

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The word Brí means strength and understanding in Irish. Brí are a charity organisation that provides support and information to people with brain injuries, their families, carers and friends.


British Deaf Association

Offers access to health advice and counselling for people who are hard of hearing or profoundly deaf.  UK wide.

British Tinnitus Association

Information for people with tinnitus, their families, and details of self-help groups. UK wide.

Capability Scotland

Providers of  services to people of all ages with disabilities in Scotland

Carers Association

Republic of Ireland's national voluntary organisation for and of family carers in the home.

Carers UK

Confidential advice to family members and friends looking after someone with a disability or illness.  Provides information on all aspects of caring including benefits, services and local contacts for carers. UK wide.

Cerebral Palsy Guidance is a support and advocacy website providing detailed information to parents of children with cerebral palsy regarding a very complex condition. From information on cerebral palsy symptoms to financial assistance to daily living articles, covers all aspects of cerebral palsy. And all of the information is thoroughly researched and cited

Cerebral Palsy Guidance

Changing Faces

Offers advice and support to people living with facial and other disfigurements. UK wide.

Child Bereavement Charity

A UK charity that provides information for bereaved children and families.

Child Brain Injury Trust

Offers a support network across the UK, provides advice and information for families of children with an acquired brain injury.

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