Brain Injured Children: -
Tapping the Potential Within
Andrew Brereton gave up his career as a chemist when his first son, Daniel was born with catastrophic brain – injuries due to medical negligence. Through all the years looking after his son and traveling to many "alternative" centres throughout the world, Andrew also studied and gained many qualifications in psychology and child development. He also gained experience as a parent which combined with that knowledge, gives him a unique insight into the real difficulties faced by families of brain - injured children.
In 2008, five years after his son died from a series of brainstem strokes, - an accident waiting to happen which no type or amount of therapy could have changed, Andrew established "Snowdrop" to provide a new type of therapy for brain - injured children.
If your child has received a diagnosis of brain – injury, or cerebral palsy, autism, Asperger's syndrome, dyspraxia or any other diagnosis which is a consequence of brain injury, this book is a "must read."
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