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The Brain Charity can also help anyone with a neurological condition, their family and carers with shopping, collecting prescriptions, etc.

If you need help, please get in touch: Email The Brain Charity or call us free on 0800 008 6417 (Monday-Friday: 9am-4.30pm)

The book covers

The Brain Charity’s library has a number of books on the subject of ‘plasticity’ or ‘neuro-plasticity’ - the brain’s ability to heal and re-model itself. Plasticity means the ability to change.

Read More: Book Chat

Sarah at our craft club

Sarah had a mechanical stroke following a head-on road traffic accident in 2016 and was left with life-altering injuries that affect her mobility, vision, speech and memory. Sarah can no longer drive and requires full time care which is provided by her long-term partner and two paid carers who work on rotation.

Read More: Meet Sarah...

Salon treatment at Crosby Training

Nanette & Tracy’s Visit to the ‘The Salon’
By Nanette Mellor, our C.E.O.

What is it about glamorous good-looking women? Why do they always seem to go out of their way to make the rest of us feel small (or fat, or wrinkly or poor)? Any woman feeling a bit low on self-esteem has been there. The dreaded first walk in to a new hairdressers, the disapproving look from the glamour puss behind the counter. And that long hard stare they make you give yourself in the mirror whilst they ask, “Do you dye your own hair then?” and “Wow! You’ve got a lot of grey haven’t you?”

Read More: There’s more to Crosby Training than meets the eye…