The Foundation is an exciting development within the Trust that aims to make a difference to the lives of those who are unable to access our core services so we can share our knowledge and expertise to those who need it the most.
The Foundation enables The Disabilities Trust to share its expertise and knowledge through research and the piloting of new ideas. Our project work is designed to initiate and enhance good practice and direct or influence policy within our areas of expertise - brain injury, learning disabilities, autism and physical disabilities.
- Read the Disabilities Trust Foundation’s Brain Injury Linkworker Service Report, summarising key elements, achievements and outcomes from our research and service delivery.
- Find out more about the Foundation's existing project work and new initiatives under development.
If you believe you have suffered a brain injury or have recently been advised that someone you are working with has and needs further assistance and help, then there are resources available to you. Learn more about what brain injury means here.
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News & Events
The impact of brain injury and domestic abuse: A further analysis
On 19th November, The Disabilities Trust are hosting an expert roundtable, following our recent findings of the link between traumatic brain injury (TBI), domestic abuse and female offending, with the aim of ensuring all women with TBI are better supported.Read More