Clarke Willmott partners, Lee Hart and Martin Pettingell (pictured) were delighted to attend a House of Commons reception to celebrate the excellent work being done by Brainwave, a charity providing therapy for children with additional needs.
Lee said of the reception: “It was a fantastic tribute to the great work being done by Brainwave and an honour to be able to support the charity and see at first hand the skill and dedication of the therapy teams, staff and parents in their determination to bring greater independence to children with neuro-developmental conditions.”
Brainwave’s South West Community Manager, Paul Smith said: “Brainwave is so very grateful for the ongoing support of Clarke Willmott which we value highly. To be able to say thank you and, hopefully, inspire further support in such esteemed surroundings is a real pleasure.”
The charity, whose President is HRH The Countess of Wessex, has specialist centres in Somerset, Essex and Cheshire which continue to go from strength to strength. The charity now impacts on the lives of over 600 children with additional needs.
Brainwave helps children achieve greater independence, aiming to improve mobility, communication skills, and learning potential, through a range of educational and physical therapies.
Brainwave’s therapists work with the family to devise a unique programme, specifically designed to suit the child’s needs, helping and encouraging them to unlock their child’s potential. Brainwave works with children with a range of conditions including autism, brain injuries (such as Cerebral Palsy) and genetic conditions (such as Down’s Syndrome).
To learn more about Brainwave, please follow this link.
If you have any questions about brain injuries, please contact Lee Hart.