cerebra


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cerebra

(sĕr′ə-brə, sə-rē′brə)
n.
A plural of cerebrum.

ce·re·bra

(sĕ-rē'bră)
Plural of cerebrum.
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When commercially available products do not fulfil the child's complex needs, the Cerebra team designs and manufactures bespoke products for them in order to achieve their maximum potential and be included in mainstream activities.
James Deavall, director at Specsavers in Cardiff, said: "The support provided by Cerebra is, sadly, much-needed by families across Wales.
"Cerebra helped my disabled little brother Robbie when he was a child, so it's also a cause I feel very passionate about."
"Cerebra helped my disabled little brother Robbie when he was a child, so they're also a cause I feel very passionate about."
The centre is a partnership between the West Wales-based national charity Cerebra, which helps families with children who have a brain condition, and UWTSD.
Sales and Support, Cerebra Middle East added that: "This alliance is an assured
Summary: Canon Middle East has partnered with Cerebra Middle East, a local value-added distributor, as a forerunner to predicted growth in the UAE's security and surveillance market, as the country gears itself up for the Expo 2020 in Dubai.
CEREBRA'S Children's Awards for 2014 celebrate some of the amazing achievements of children with neurological conditions.
This time though, he is determined to make it to the finish, particularly as the charity he is riding for, Cerebra, is so close to his heart.
This time he is determined to make it to the finish, particularly as the charity he is riding for, Cerebra, is so close to his heart.
Everyone at s Meningitis Now, formed after Meningitis UK and Meningitis Trust merged this year, was touched that Freya, now eight, has won a national award from children's charity Cerebra.