The Brain Charity awards will shout out about the talent, dedication and innovation of individuals and teams across all aspects of the disability community and show the world countless reasons why they should celebrate.
Since March 2020 everyone has faced a challenging time and now more than ever it is of the utmost importance to recognise the achievements of those who have made a difference to the lives of many around them.
It feels like an appropriate time to take stock and show gratitude to those who are exceptional within their field.
Stroke survivors from The Brain Charity have improved their ability to communicate and use their non-dominant hands thanks to creating artwork while listening to sounds from the British Library’s archive.
This May, The Brain Charity have been nominated as one of the charity partners for a money saving website, My Favourite Voucher Codes. We are one of four charities competing for votes in a bid to win 20% of the site’s profits, and we need your help!
We are delighted to announce that we will soon begin to slowly and safely reopen The Brain Charity’s building and resume our face-to-face services.
From Monday, March 8th: We will begin to resume some pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings with clients, and potentially some face-to-face counselling sessions, all socially distanced.
From Monday, April 12th: The Brain Charity’s centre on Norton Street will formally reopen. This means our library and charity shop will be open to the public, and The Brain Food Café will be serving takeaway food and drinks. At this point we will resume a small number of socially distanced activities and services within the centre, including our room hire business. We will also invite some volunteers back into the building.