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If you would prefer to give feedback by phone, please contact us on 01392 247909. We will be happy to help.


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I am a Brain in Hand user
and I have recently received Specialist Training to help me get started or get more out of my Brain in Hand.

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What do we do with your feedback?

Thank you for agreeing to give us some feedback about your experiences with using Brain in Hand.

Your feedback will be anonymised and used for training and quality assurance purposes within Brain in Hand and our Service Delivery partners (our Specialist Trainers and Traffic Light Responders) – to help us understand how to improve Brain in Hand and the support we provide.

Aspects of your feedback may also be useful to help other Brain in Hand users or supporters to discover more about the uses of Brain in Hand and how they could benefit. If we would like to share some of your experiences with Brain in Hand users or supporters we will always show you what we are sharing first to check that you are comfortable with it and get your specific permission.

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