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LIVE Webinar - July 14th at 14:30

Learn why autism, ADHD, mental health, and learning disability support service teams in 20% of Local Authorities have embraced our digital support system and how easy it is to embed into your existing teams.

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Are your services ready to deliver mental health support in a new way? Find out how your teams can embrace the potential of digital technology to reach more people more effectively.

With restrictions still in place on the provision of face-to-face personalised support, health and care teams are struggling to remain connected to those who may be at risk. Providing personalised, round-the-clock support is almost impossible at this time; if left unchecked, small problems can rapidly lead to crisis.

Thinking differently about how mental health services can be delivered is a priority.

Our webinar on Tuesday 14th July will show you how your teams can embrace the potential of digital technology to reach more people more effectively.

Brain in Hand offers a tried and tested solution to this problem. Personalised for each user, Brain in Hand delivers bespoke, round-the-clock digital support: a fully remote, practical mental health support system, deployed within 2 weeks.

Brain in Hand will deliver a fully managed digital support system, designed to take the strain off your teams and provide an excellent service to your users.  

Staying connected, staying supported, and staying well could not be more important at this difficult time. From our experience working with over 7,000 users - including in 20% of England's local authorities, the NHS and DfE - we can demonstrate how you can extend your reach* without compromising on quality, cost, or resources.

Click the contact button below to book your place on one of our webinars, or arrange a one-to-one session with one of our digital transformation specialists.

*Please be aware that while Brain in Hand is unlikely to be suitable for service users currently receiving crisis intervention, it may be suitable for those who are known to crisis teams but transitioning to community support services.

Working with your organisation

When you implement Brain in Hand, we will take the strain of supporting your service users. We will support people remotely, giving them access to a suite of digital software tools which will be personalised with strategies, routines, and links to localised services, all accessed via mobile to help them cope better during this time.

All users to help them make the most of their digital support via video conferencing, further personalising the content of their Brain in Hand to the user’s needs. All users will be linked to an experienced 24/7 non-medical responder service which can be accessed via mobile at any time to help them get their day back on track. 

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How it works

Brain in Hand has been developed to support people to live more independently; it empowers service users to self-manage anxiety and stress, focusing on strengths and building resilience. It works by combining three key elements:

  1. Self-management software accessed via mobile.

  2. Remote personalised planning sessions with specialists for setting goals, identifying difficulties and developing strategies (delivered via video link or phone to suit the user’s needs).

  3. A 24/7 non-medical response service providing additional human support.

Users are guided to develop coping strategies and problem-solving solutions that work for them, and can easily access this information from their phone.

Through self-managing anxiety and overcoming difficulties, people develop their resilience and become more able to cope independently. If things do get tough, Brain in Hand makes sure they're connected to someone who can help. All of this means that teams can feel confident that service users are getting the right help for them at the right time, allowing teams to take a step back and direct resources where they're most needed.

Remote personal planning sessions

To find out how our remote setup sessions work, and why they're so important, watch our video.

A Brain in Hand Specialist and a new system user demonstrate and explain how virtual setups are delivered, how they benefit users, and how they fit into the big picture of Brain in Hand.

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A Brain in Hand Specialist and user demonstrate a virtual setup session.

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How does virtual support help?

A Brain in Hand user explains how the system has helped him.

You can also hear from Thomas about his experience of virtual support from Brain in Hand.

Thomas has used Brain in Hand to help him solve problems, organise his time, and live independently, and says that he thinks having access to digital support has helped with his anxieties and mental health. He's used the remote response service to help him get things back on track, but says that he's usually much more able to solve problems by himself.

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Our COVID-19 Practical mental health support package

Our system is already designed to help services reach more people, empowering people to take care of themselves while staying connected to those who support them both personally and professionally.

You'll get a 12-month package, with the option to extend further, including all the elements of the Brain in Hand system delivered directly to your service users. We've taken our digital transformation experience and streamlined all our processes, making it possible for us to provide personal onboarding sessions to all users remotely and flexibly to suit each person's needs.

Users will get the same personalised experience, able to configure their own software with strategies that work for them and access a response service when they need it. We'll also work with you to identify resources, strategies, and signposting information to prepopulate each of your users' systems so that they can easily access all the local help they need from their phone.

This package is designed to ensure that you can give users everything they need at this time, keeping them connected to support while empowering them to cope with difficulties themselves.

What do you need to do?

We need just three things from you to get started:

  1. Engagement from a senior project sponsor

  2. Identification of suitable service users*

  3. Commitment to fund a minimum of 12 months 

We will do the rest.

We will fully manage the system: onboard your users to the platform remotely, provide a responder service for that all-important human touch, and provide signposting to localised services from within the system.

*Please be aware that while Brain in Hand is unlikely to be suitable for service users currently receiving crisis intervention, it may be suitable for those who are known to crisis teams but transitioning to community support services.

Get started now

To learn more, get in touch with us by clicking the button below or accessing our live chat.

We can arrange phone or video calls to discuss your services and how Brain in Hand can help you to support people through this time; all you'll need to do is engage your staff to support the use of Brain in Hand, identify (with our help) those who could benefit from it, and we'll take care of everything from there.

You can also join our webinar on Tuesday 14th July at 2.30 to learn more about how Brain in Hand can provide practical, fully remote support during this time, enabling services to reach more people more effectively.

Get in touch with us now to take the first step towards providing effective remote support to everyone who needs it.

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