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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

Daughter hugs her mum

New mum who fell asleep next to her baby and woke up in hospital after brain aneurysm ruptured shares recovery story

Juliet experienced a subarachnoid haemorrhage when her child was just 5 months old

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 21 June 2022

Mandy (on the left) offering support at The Brain Charity

The art of building confidence and 5 ways to raise your self-esteem

Understand where confidence comes from and learn simple ways to improve your self-confidence

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 20 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: Guest blogs

Published: 29 April 2022

Guest post: Five neurodiversity myths every employer must challenge

An increase in searches for ‘dyslexia at work’ and ‘ADHD workplace’ highlights the need to challenge myths around neurodivergent employees

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 28 April 2022

Angelina outside wearing her Sturge Weber syndrome T-shirt

My daughter had surgery to disconnect the right side of her brain – I’ve never regretted making the choice

Lisa Massingham shares daughter Angelina's journey with Sturge-Weber syndrome and hemispherectomy to mark Rare Disease Day

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 24 February 2022

Woman in wheelchair at work on laptop - The benefits of hiring a more neurodiverse workforce are huge.

Is your job ad unwittingly putting off candidates with disabilities from applying?

Unconscious dissuasion means you could be missing out on a neurodiverse workforce

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 31 January 2022

An inclusive workplace boosts happiness and creativity

Common employer misconceptions about disabilities

Prejudice is damaging candidates' chances - and meaning companies are missing out on the best talent

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 20 January 2022

Getting employment advice at The Brain Charity in Liverpool

Five top tips on finding a job – from our employment team

Hints on succeeding in applications and interviews if you're looking for employment

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 29 December 2021

Mother holding child

Six things no one tells you when your child is diagnosed with a neurological condition

A mum whose daughter had a postnatal stroke 12 hours after she was born shares her advice

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 8 November 2021

Brain Changer header image

Four artists who used their art to work through health difficulties

You need to know about these creatives who channelled their conditions into incredible artworks

Category: Guest blogs

Published: 14 July 2021