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Read about how our services are having an impact on people’s lives
Learn about brain injuries, the rehabilitation journey, from diagnosis and treatment to the ongoing support and independence.
The Brain Injury Linkworker Service is based on the belief in equal and fair access to neurorehabilitation for all. Learn how we can support your organisation.
Read the latest insights about brain injury rehabilitation from the Brainkind research team
View our research teams published book chapters and articles in peer reviewed publications.
Get involved and support a world where life after brain injury is a life well lived.
Do you support homeless people and prisoners and ex-offenders who have experienced an acquired brain injury? Our training is designed to give you the tools you need to support people in your service.
View our careers page for jobs across all our services.
There are many ways to donate to Brainkind. Your donations will help support people with brain injuries and neurological conditions.
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Working at Brainkind, you get to make a real difference in the lives of people affected by brain injuries and neurological conditions.
If you are passionate about supporting others and want to join a team of like-minded people, apply for a job at Brainkind today.
Our people form the backbone of our support for people with brain injuries.
No matter what your role is, we all recognise and value the contributions of our colleagues. It is only through collaboration and mutual respect that we can truly make a difference.
Find out about Brainkind, the work we do and the values we believe in.
From what started as just a few bungalows in Sussex, Brainkind has grown to become the largest not-for-profit charity for acquired brain injuries in the UK. Their efforts over the past 40 years have not only changed lives, but also the way society views brain injuries.
At Brainkind, we support people with brain injuries to thrive. Our teams work together and in partnership with others to achieve these goals.
Across the UK, people with brain injuries are now living fulfilled lives, thanks to the work and care of our staff.
Integrating equality, diversity, and inclusion, Brainkind is a member of the Employers Network for Equality and Inclusion (ENEI), the UK’s leading employer network covering equality and inclusion in the workplace.
We have used their Talent Inclusion and Diversity Evaluation (TIDE) tool to assess our performance as an organisation in this area. This has allowed us to develop a detailed action plan to target areas for improvement.
The Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) committee at Brainkind organises listening forums to understand the needs and concerns of staff in this area.
They look at ways we can better support them regarding equality, diversity, and inclusion.
Everyone deserves equal opportunities in the workplace.
That is why we’re proud to be in The Disability Confident scheme. Brainkind provides us with the skills we need to recruit, retain and develop disabled employees.
Disability Confident is driving a change that encourages a shift in perspective on disability and proactively enhance the way we all recruit, retain, and develop disabled people.
Becoming Disability Confident is a our chance to to discover people for Brainkind we may never have thought possible.
At Brainkind, we believe that highly trained and motivated staff are vital to helping us continue our excellent track record of providing life-changing support for people with disabilities.
Before applying for a role at Brainkind please read the following information.
People with brain injuries have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network of hospitals, assessment and rehab centres, and community support services across the UK.