Scheduled Webinars Brain in Hand is running a series of webinars (60mins each) to demonstrate our University Edition to Disabled Students’ Allowance needs assessors, HE disability and support staff, Non-Medical Helpers and assistive technology suppliers. Webinar dates are as follows: Friday 22nd June 10am Thursday 28th June 10am Thursday 28th June 2pm Wednesday 4th read more
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We are also currently visiting universities and access centres to deliver workshops (90-120mins), so that everyone can familiarise themselves with the features and advantages of Brain in Hand, hear stories from our student users and learn more about the recommendation process.
Alternatively, we can schedule an online taster session (60mins) for you and your team to join together.
If you and your colleagues would like to know more please book a training visit or a webinar now.
For more information or to ask a question about Brain in Hand University Edition, please call us on 01392 247 909 or email HEinfo@braininhand.co.uk.
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Brain in Hand’s unique software is packed with features to help people reduce anxiety, remember events, feel supported and to step into work and stay there. Users can identify situations where they have difficulty and plan strategies in advance. Smartphone technology means these are always available through the Brain in Hand App to refer to when read more
What is Brain in Hand? Brain in Hand’s unique software is packed with features to help students reduce anxiety, remember events, feel supported and get the most out of their time at university. Students can identify situations where they have difficulty and plan strategies in advance. Smartphone technology means these are always available through read more
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“I feel a lot more settled knowing someone is always there to help.” Saajan is 19 years old, has autism and is studying physics at De Montfort University whilst living at home. That means a 5am start to travel to Leicester by train followed by a walk into campus which leaves him exhausted by midday read more
Brain in Hand University Edition can now be funded through Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) for eligible students. Eligible for DSA? If you are eligible for DSA, ask your Needs Assessor about recommending Brain in Hand for the duration of your studies. If you have a Needs Assessment booked but you are not sure if your read more
DSA funding for Brain in Hand University Edition is drawn down through two channels. You will need to include a quote for the first year’s licence (see below) and also specify the Specialist AT Training hours that the student will require. Specialist AT Training is supplied by Brain in Hand direct, and should be included within the Non-Medical Helper’s Allowance, separate to any other AT Training. A read more
We are delighted to announce that Brain in Hand has passed approval for funding to individuals in higher education through Disabled Students’ Allowances, helping students to be more confident and independent at university. It can help overcome barriers to learning, and offer support where and when it is most needed, in order to give the read more