New evidence summary: Snowdrop for Brain Injured Children

Our 'What’s the Evidence?' summaries are a series of reports that summarise what is known on specific questions relating to childhood disability. The questions come mostly from parents of children with neurodisability. These reports are a synthesis of existing research and are not new studies that we have carried out.

The latest summary looked at Snowdrop for Brain Injured Children. We were asked if the Snowdrop programme was likely to be more effective than speech and language therapy to help a child with acquired brain injury understand more and to use speech as their main way of communicating.

Please follow the links to read the headlines and full summary and to access more of our What’s the Evidence? summaries

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