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BBC East Midlands visited our partners Autism East Midlands today to hear how Brain in Hand has helped their day-to-day support. Support worker Kirsty Lowde demonstrated how Luke, a Brain in Hand user, uses the system to manage his time. Luke reported that “it’s really made a difference to me… it’s really, really helped.” Jane Howson, CEO, Autism East Midlands praised the system’s approach to reducing stress and anxiety, reducing the number of high-stress incidents for users. Brain in Hand would like to thank everyone at Autism East Midlands for taking part in the feature.

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