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Watch Inside Neurology: Our Unique Brain

The Brain Charity and ITN Business present an exclusive programme highlighting neurological conditions and celebrating neurodiversity.

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Aphasia talking table

Talking with a supportive, small group can be really beneficial for issues with aphasia, whatever the cause.

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News items

A drawing of a line man following a brain shaped path to an open door

What I’ve learned from living with superficial siderosis

How to score in life, when your brain doesn’t want to play ball

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 18 January 2024

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Neurodiversity training delivered to 300 working in criminal justice system 

The Another Sign project educates organisations working at different stages of the criminal justice process about neurodiversity

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 11 November 2023

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The Brain Charity takes Neurovision to London

Third Man London in Soho hosted the final of our for neurodivergent musicians

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 21 September 2023

A sad young girl holding a piece of paper in front of her face. There is a smiling face drawrn on the paper to illustrate that she is masking her real feelings

What is masking, what does it look like and how can it affect people?

Understanding the invisible struggles of those who mask

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 16 September 2023

Inside Neurology: Our Unique Brain, a news-style programme from ITN in partnership with The Brain Charity, is launching in November 2023. It will be presented by Ayo Sokale.

The Brain Charity partners with ITN Business to release ‘Inside Neurology: Our Unique Brain’

The programme will showcase the unique capabilities of neurodivergent individuals and the abilities they bring to the workplace and society

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 6 July 2023

Moray Luke with one of her bags in brown

Dyspraxic handbag designer says disability inspires her ideas

Moray Luke, who has dyspraxia caused by cerebellitis, wants to shine a light on discrimination and hidden disabilities

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 12 June 2023

Guest post: How can prisoners with brain injuries be better supported?

New research has found 60% of the UK prison population has a history of brain trauma

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 20 March 2023

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Neurodiversity – my journey and my family

One of our volunteers, David, reflects on his childhood, education and family

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 17 March 2023

Neurodiversity - a circle of people each holding their own unique puzzle piece

Why is it important to celebrate neurodiversity?

We take a look at the significance of Neurodiversity Celebration Week

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 17 March 2023

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How to support neurodivergent employees and create a neuroinclusive workplace

How to create a neurodiverse and neuroinclusive workplace where everyone can thrive

Category: Neurodiversity

Published: 14 March 2023