New research has revealed that too many vulnerable children with learning disabilities are being admitted to secure hospitals unnecessarily.
A new study has identified key differences in the brain connectivity of men and women who have autism.
A study has used artificial intelligence (AI) to detect genetic abnormalities in relation to autism spectrum disorder.
In the UK, one in 1,000 babies born at full term suffer brain injury as a result of being severely deprived of oxygen. Subsequently, 70 per cent have either survived with cerebral palsy and or learning disabilities or pass away.
The Muscular Dystrophy drug ‘Spinraza’, which treats spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is set to be made available on the NHS.
Action for Brain Injury Week is a week-long awareness raising event that takes place next week, between 20 and 26 May 2019.
Scientists from Stamford University have recently revealed that a new drug has successfully improved social skills in both adults and children with autism.
Every year around 1,700 children are born with cerebral palsy in the UK. This lifelong condition affects the movement and coordination caused by either abnormal development or damage to the brain before, during or soon after birth.
A virtual reality (VR) based rehabilitation that gives real-time feedback can help improve movement in people with Cerebral Palsy.
Scientists have recently revealed that they are pioneering and soon will be trialling a new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan for babies with brain injuries, to help predict the long term outlook.