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  • By post
  • In the community
  • In your home
  • Online

The Brain Charity

Norton Street
Liverpool
L3 8LR

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Living with your neurological condition

Living with a neurological condition can throw up endless challenges, which might sometimes leave you feeling like you have a mountain to climb.

The Brain Charity’s Information & Advice Officers can support you practically, whether the person with the neurological condition is yourself or someone you care for.

Money problems are often at the root of many people’s worries; whether around losing your job, struggling to pay the bills due to your condition or being refused the welfare benefits you need.

On average, people with disabilities face higher costs living – spending an extra £583 on average each month.

Geiing into an adapted car at The Brain Charity

The Brain Charity can help advocate for you with banks, energy companies, debt agencies and housing providers to reduce monthly expenses and solve issues around debt and arrears.

We can assist you to apply for welfare benefits, look for new career, education, placement and volunteering opportunities and signpost you to emergency funding.

We are also there to help get you the best specialist equipment you need, request adaptations to your home, find a specialist lawyer or even just figure out the best place to go on holiday.

You can also click here to find answers to some of the most common questions our team get asked.

Fill out the form below to contact our team, or call our free helpline on 0800 008 6417.

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Our friendly Information & Advice Officers are here to help. We endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 10 working days.

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