Resources for families and young people
- Acquired Brain Injury in Children: a parents' handbook - a comprehensive guide from The Children's Trust
- The Hemiplegia Handbook - a practical guide for parents
- Hands up for Andie - a story book for younger children living with hemiplegia
- Heads-up, Tim-Tron - a book for younger readers who'd like to know more about acquired brain injury
- Sven and Fatma - two story books for children and young people to raise awareness about Moyamoya disease
- The International Alliance for Pediatric Stroke has a range of resources and publications about childhood stroke
- A Stroke Can Happen at Any Age by the International Alliance for Pediatric Stroke is a video to raise awareness that stroke happens to infants, children and even before birth.
- Young stroke survivor, Oli, talks about getting back to life after stroke.
- Lily-Mae had a stroke at the age of 7. Here Lily-Mae's parents speak of their personal experience, and give an account of the problems parents face when dealing with childhood stroke.
- My Way by Hemihelp is an uplifting collection of home-made clips filmed by families and people affected by hemiplegia (weakness down one side of the body, that can sometimes be a consequence of stroke). The aim is to tell the world that hemiplegia doesn't mean living half a life. If we face a challenge then we just find our own way around it.