Brain in hand - personal technology for independant living

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What is Brain in Hand?

Brain in Hand software lets you easily access support from your phone. Used by people with autism or mental health problems, it’s packed with features to help you remember activities, reduce anxiety and feel supported. Together this helps you achieve your goals – whether that’s travelling independently, staying in school, going to college or university, starting work for the first time or just learning how to deal better with life’s up and downs.

Lots of organisations use Brain in Hand as part of their support service and are already seeing both improved outcomes and cost savings. Organisations report higher quality of care, fewer restraints, quicker and more accurate reporting and substantial cost savings.

See how Rosie King, presenter of the BBC’s award-winning ‘My Autism and Me’ says “Because of my Brain in Hand, I am becoming more and more of a strong, independent woman with no chill every single day.”

Latest News

Nottingham University launches brain injury study with Brain in Hand

“This is an exciting new venture that brings together experts from industry, academia, and the NHS to develop and evaluate new technologies that can help people who have had a brain injury. What is key for us is that the technology is easily accessible, is user-friendly, and will improve independence and quality of life for read more

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Technology to support autistic people in work

Autistic people make brilliant employees. Alongside their individual talents, it’s widely reported employees on the spectrum bring above-average skills in accuracy, reliability, conscientiousness and persistence.  Yet only 15% of those who want to work are in employment. Last week we were delighted to join Channel 4’s Alan Gardner, star of The Autistic Gardener documentary, Jamie read more

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Our Users

  • Brain in Hand has helped me to solve all sorts of problems by myself, which has really built my confidence. For example, I have an issue with eye contact when I talk with friends. To solve this, I plan in advance what I can say to a person, which is something I put into my Brain in Hand.

    Brain in Hand user

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  • I wish that there had been something like this when I was a headteacher of a challenging school for those individuals who were either autistic or suffered from anxiety. It would have added another level of support.

    Parent of a Brain in Hand user

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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.”

    Brain in Hand user

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