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Our training

Our training is designed to give you the tools to positively support people.

Training at Brainkind

Brainkind provides bespoke training for professionals who support homeless people and prisoners and ex-offenders who have experienced an acquired brain injury. Our training is designed to give you the tools to support people.

The aim of the training, delivered by our experienced team of staff, is to increase understanding of the impact acquired brain injury has on people.  This includes recognising the effects on their behaviour, emotions, and social interactions.

Designed for front-line service staff who work directly with people within the homeless or criminal justice system, the training provides:

  • Insight into the common presentation of acquired brain injury
  • Guidance on how to identify someone who might have an acquired brain injury
  • Guidance on how to support people with an acquired brain injury

We also deliver a more in-depth one-day programme to medical and health professionals, ideal for those working in mental health, forensic and psychology teams with clinical backgrounds.

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