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Learn your rights: carer information day

Learn your rights as a carer and for the person you care for at The Brain Charity’s carers rights information day.

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Get ready for Pride workshop

Fun, creative workshops to make banners, bunting and decorations in preparation for Pride in Liverpool.

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The Brain Charity’s Ice Ball

The Brain Charity’s 10th anniversary ball will be the coolest yet! Join us at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Liverpool city centre on Friday, 2nd December from 7pm until late.

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News items

A member of Brain Charity staff speaks to a client at our centre

Making sure your voice is heard: The Brain Charity calls for specialist neurological mental health support for people with brain injuries

We are also asking for neurological conditions relating to brain injuries to be diagnosed as soon as possible

Category: News

Published: 16 June 2022

Number one hitmaker Sonia announced as The Brain Charity’s Ice Ball performer

Sonia was the first British female solo artist to have five singles from one album reach the top 20

Category: News

Published: 31 May 2022

Tui, Nikki and Tim with Steve Morgan CBE

We might need a bigger trophy cabinet! The Brain Charity scoops two prestigious awards

We were named Disability Champion by Steve Morgan CBE

Category: News

Published: 31 May 2022

Gareth at different ages

Mum bereaved by glioblastoma calls for awareness of similarities between brain tumour and mental illness symptoms

Barbara's son Gareth passed away from a glioblastoma brain tumour in January 2019

Category: News

Published: 25 May 2022

UK Houses of Parliament from across the River Thames

SPOTLIGHT ON: Fighting for employment without barriers for people with MS

Supporting people with multiple sclerosis to stay in jobs and find work

Category: News

Published: 19 May 2022

Supporting carers header image with the following text: Are you a Liverpool carer or do you receive care in Liverpool? Are you worried about what will happen in the years ahead? Or have you already made plans for the future? If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then we want to hear from you.

The Peace of Mind project: Helping Liverpool’s carers plan for the future

The Brain Charity’s new Peace of Mind project is helping carers take care now and look to the future.

Category: News

Published: 18 May 2022


Neurodivergent, neurodiversity and neurotypical: a guide to the terms

Each person has a brain that is unique to them; no two brains are quite the same

Category: News

Published: 11 May 2022

Filling in questionnaire on neurodiversity in the criminal justice system

Crime and neurodiversity: how can our systems be improved?

Offenders with neurological conditions can be given little opportunity to turn their lives around

Category: News

Published: 29 April 2022

Four people with aphasia who benefitted from the speech and language therapy sessions at The Brain Charity

“I’m more like my old self”: How speech and language therapy and neuroplasticity helped four people with aphasia communicate again

Aphasia affects 1 in 3 stroke survivors – more than 250,000 people across the UK

Category: News

Published: 15 March 2022

Neurodiversity in the criminal justice system header image

Neurodiversity in the criminal justice system: helping prisoners with neurological conditions get extra support

Neurodivergent people are more likely to be in prison and more likely to reoffend, research suggests

Category: News

Published: 14 March 2022