Patient Experience Videos

Members of the children's burn service at the Royal Bristol Hospital for Children has produced two patient-experience videos of parents and a patient who describe the impact of burn injuries and treatment on their physical and psychological health. The aims are  to provide family-friendly information and reassurance, the types of support available and tips about how to cope with the process of recovery and rehabilitation.  Visit their website via: Video of parents and a patient experience of burn injury

Self Help Guidance

SWUK ODN Self-help guide to exercise & recovery

Supporting Children with Burns

A website, designed with parents and carers, specifically to support families of children who have had a burn injury.

This website contains information and further links  to help support parents or carers of children and young people who have experienced a burn injury of any kind or size. When a burn injury happens to someone you care about it can be as distressing for you as it is for them. Other adults, such as grandparents, might also find this resource helpful.

Experiencing an injury can be very distressing for children and their families. However, these feelings usually improve over time. As parents, the most important thing you can do is to learn what to look out for, support your child and ask for help if you need it.  You may find this leaflet, produced by a Consultant Clinical Psychologist the the South West UK Children's Burn Centre helpful:

Adult Burn Support UK - Live Chat

Funded by Dan's Fund for Burns, Adult Burns Support UK provides a platform for those affected by burn injury to share their story and give and receive mutual support in real-time in a safe and compassionate private group environment. The Live Chat is every Wednesday 7.30pm – 9.00pm (UK time). If you haven’t already registered to use the forum, register ahead of time via https://adultburnsupportuk.org/registration/  then login Wednesday evening and click ‘Join Live chat’.   
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