Residential neuro-rehabilitation at The Children’s Trust is provided by a team of people placing the child and family at the centre and everyone has a part to play. During neurorehabilitation we work with children and their family to support them to achieve their goals and maximise their potential in order to enable them to participate in their community. Residential rehabilitation programmes at The Children's Trust are flexible and adapt to the needs of each child. Programmes typically last for between 12 and 26 weeks, but different models are available for children depending on the severity of their brain injury and their stage of recovery. Our rehabilitation service is funded in a number of ways, including funding from NHS England via National Specialist Commissioning; private individuals who fund their child’s placement; and insurance companies or embassies representing a child. In addition, we need to raise £7m each year to support children and families and heavily rely upon the generous donations of our supporters in doing so.