Brain in hand - personal technology for independant living

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What is Brain in Hand?

Brain in Hand is a revolutionary approach to help individuals with conditions such as autism, anxiety, mild or moderate mental illness, or recovering from brain injury.  It helps them to live independently at home and be more effective in education or the workplace.  It transforms their lives and the productivity of organisations that support, educate or employ them.

Brain in Hand provides people with personalised support from an app on their phone.  Features include instant access to pre-planned coping strategies, a diary to help structure time and “recipes” for difficult to remember tasks, a monitor to track anxiety levels and a system to request support if things don’t go to plan.  From a secure website support staff can monitor usage, track success of interventions and identify new issues.

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Rosie King Twitter Q&A: #towardsindependence

We are very excited to announce that from 7pm till 8pm on Wednesday 17th February, the brilliant Rosie King will be hosting a live Q&A on Twitter with The National Autistic Society and Brain in Hand. Rosie King has inspired a generation, seeing autism through fresh eyes.  ‘My Autism and Me’, the documentary she presented, read more

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The National Autistic Society delivers facilitation support service for Brain in Hand

Starting out on new independent activities can bring anxiety, be it attending university, a work placement or travelling alone. Brain in Hand software is packed with features to help people become more independent, and if things get too much and you need extra help, an app on your phone includes a traffic light feature where read more

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“We can use Brain in Hand to help people to achieve those outcomes and use the data from the system to demonstrate this: You put the same things into Brain in Hand that are being measured by the council.”

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