Personalised support to help people thrive in work or build confidence to access work
Combining practical human support and simple digital tools our system can help people manage the day-to-day, build confidence, and reduce anxiety. Accessible 24/7 and available on-demand, it helps to maintain wellbeing and prevent escalations.
We help people to self-manage difficulties, where they can, and live more independently with highly personalised support. This can give the confidence to access employment or return to work after an absence.
Expert support delivered by skilled coaches helps relieve the pressures on HR teams and line managers. This can reduce absenteeism and presenteeism by empowering people to identify their challenges and define their own coping strategies.
Embedded in your organisation
We manage the end-to-end implementation from scoping to outreach to impact evaluation. Training your internal teams to allow Brain in Hand to become an integral part of your employee wellbeing plan.
Backed by research
Supported by independent clinical evidence, our system is DTAC accredited and meets the minimum needed evidence standards for research effectiveness for Tier C of NICE Standard Evidence Framework for Digital Health Technologies.
The best of digital and human support
Supporting your wellbeing strategy
Prevention is key to enabling autistic people to thrive and promote staff retention. Our digital self-management system can help people address mental health issues before they mount into more serious health concerns. Including Brain in Hand as a trusted adjustment in your workplace can promote a culture of psychological safety that enables people to seek support.
Addressing the talent gap
Labour market figures show there is strong competition for talent and many organisations are facing significant skills shortages. Harnessing the potential of a neurodivergent talent pool can bring unique skills to organisations, including creativity, innovation, and focus. Yet autistic people remain considerably disadvantaged in the job market. Providing simple preventative support can enable autistic people to excel in the workplace.
How can I provide Brain in Hand?
Our self-referral programme uses a digital marketing campaign to directly engage users. We can easily reach the people in your organisation who are most in need of support whether they are diagnosed or self-diagnosed as autistic, awaiting a neurodevelopmental assessment, or managing a mental health anxiety challenge.
We can work with your HR, Diversity, and Inclusion or Wellbeing teams to support them in determining suitability. Our informative resources can be used to support employees' understanding and encourage engagement with the support.
Find out how we support your wellbeing strategy
Brain in Hand can help autistic people to self-manage difficulties, reduce anxiety, and manage overwhelm. For many organisations, it is becoming a central part of their neurodiversity and wellbeing support strategy.