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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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Sing and a social

Singing is brilliant for the brain! Join The Brain Charity's choir to socialise while gaining some singing skills.

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What I’ve learned from living with superficial siderosis

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

Category: Advice

Published: 18 January 2024

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10 things you didn’t know about epilepsy 

Written by Sharon Ross, who lives with epilepsy and is passionate about raising awareness of the condition

Category: Advice

Published: 17 January 2024

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: Advice

Published: 16 September 2023

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Be online aware with The Brain Charity’s new SafetyNet course

Take part in workshops about being scam aware, understanding fake news, and using social media safely

Category: Advice

Published: 8 June 2023

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The power of music: how singing benefits the brain

Our choirmaster Grayson outlines the benefits of music for the brain – both physically, mentally and socially

Category: Advice

Published: 9 May 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: Advice

Published: 14 March 2023

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How to get employers to take headaches seriously

Headaches can make it harder to do your job - here's how to speak to your manager about reasonable adjustments

Category: Advice

Published: 4 March 2023

Author Robert Douglas-Fairhust

Ten tips for dealing with MS

Advice on how to cope with being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS)

Category: Advice

Published: 1 March 2023

Guest post: how to overcome scanxiety

An in-depth look at scanxiety, to help patients overcome it and take control of their mental and physical wellbeing

Category: Advice

Published: 21 February 2023

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Learn practical maths skills to help you save money during the cost of living crisis

Get help with budgeting, online price comparison sites and saving money on your bills

Category: Advice

Published: 29 December 2022