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Behavioural issues due to brain damage- any advice?

KENDAL123KENDAL123 Posts: 13Member Connected
edited June 2018 in Learning difficulties
Hi everyone my son as brain damage from birth he is now 7 am trying to challenge his behaviour problems at the moment have put so many things in place for him but I can’t get him to listen and take notice,it’s not been easy sometimes I feel lost not knowing if it will ever get better. Can anyone offer me any advice x

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  • Pippa_ScopePippa_Scope Posts: 5,856Member Disability Gamechanger
    Thanks for sharing this with us @KENDAL123- it must be really difficult for you both to cope with. Hopefully our community members will be in touch, and I've also passed this on to our Twitter community in the hope that others will be able to offer some guidance.
  • smiler43smiler43 Posts: 33Member Connected
    Hi Kendal 123
    I am 43 yrs old female who had a brain tumour medulloblastoma two years ago they could not remove all of it to dangerous so have 3 monthly scans . I am partially disabled had 5 ops to my head so brain damage . I  am better than I was so I believe the brain can heal it is a slow process it had took me over two years to be able to go up stairs  and even then I need help a carer had tobe with me . I have various issues sight , balance  ,swallowing, speech , but with time hope to get better . I have a 7 yr old as well who I cannot look after he is presently with a friend.  But he has had behavioural problems too but now Improving  and that's without brain damage . I am member of brain tumour charity on face book Macmillan , they offer support which sounds like what you and your son need . Hope it helps 
    X





  • AlexAlex Posts: 1,325Scope Team Scope community team
    Hi @Kendal,

    Sorry to hear about your situation, it sounds really tough.

    We have some resources on our website about challenging behaviour that might be useful, there's a charity called the Challenging Behaviour Foundation who have lots of great information.

    We used to have an expert on the community. Unfortunately, he can't support us any more - but you might be interested to read some of the discussions

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