Understanding how brain injury affects development

This study is looking at how young people (age 11-21) with a brain injury change over time, compared to people of the same age who do not have a brain injury. We want to know more about how brain injuries affect the way people think and act. The more we know about this, the more we can help young people with a brain injury. More information about this study can be found in the documents below.

If you are interested in taking part in this study then please tick the relevant statement and fill in your details/your child’s details below. This will enable your contact details to be shared with the researcher, Beverley Garrigan. No information will be shared with third parties. You will only be contacted about Beverley’s study, which has full NHS ethical approval from Essex Research Ethics Committee. Thank you for your interest in this study.

Further study information:

Please tick one of the boxes:

I am a parent/guardian of a child with an acquired brain injury

I am over 16 and have an acquired brain injury

Parent/Guardian first name:

Parent/Guardian surname:

Child/Participant's first name:

Child/Participant's surname:

Child/participant age (years):

Contact details

Daytime telephone number:

Email address:

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Please make sure that you have filled out all the relevant fields before submitting the form.