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If you are a Brain in Hand User or support someone using Brain in Hand we would really appreciate your feedback about Brain in Hand and our Specialist Training.

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To give us feedback about your Specialist Training session or Brain in Hand use please visit the section below that best describes you.

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If you are a university student please view the section below:
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“I support someone who uses Brain in Hand”.

 

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“I support someone who uses Brain in Hand”.

 

I support someone who uses Brain in Hand

 

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If you are a Brain in Hand user and not a supporter  please view the section above:
“I use Brain in Hand (Standard Edition)”.

If you are a university student please view the section above:
“I use Brain in Hand (University Edition)”.

 

  • 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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Latest News

Join our Minecraft Marathon Fundraiser on Tuesday 3rd April

Brain in Hand’s annual Minecraft marathon is returning to mark World Autism Awareness Day and raise money for the brilliant charity Positively Autistic, who educates and creates positive autism awareness, including running online radio shows and weekly Autism Movement Therapy sessions. From 13.00 BST on Tuesday 3rd April until 13.00 on Wednesday 4th April, the read more

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How councils are saving up to 1/3 on support costs

Did you know that the cost of supporting an individual with autism or a mental health condition ranges from £33,000 to £98,000 per annum? More than 30 local authorities and providers are using Brain in Hand to reduce the costs of support whilst dramatically improving outcomes. We’ve gathered 4 great examples. To plan how Brain in Hand read more

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Our case studies

Employable Me's Erica won't go to work without her Brain in Hand

Erica, 46 from the Wirral was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome when she was 32. She has been unemployed for the past six years. Erica finds social interaction at work hard, she feels people don't always understand her and sometimes see her as being less intelligent, because of her facial expressions. Read more >>

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