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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.
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There are many ways to donate to Brainkind. Your donations will help support people with brain injuries and neurological conditions.
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At Brainkind, we rely on the support and generosity of our volunteers. Every day, our volunteers make an incredible difference to the lives of the people we support. They enable them to access their local communities, inspire them to take up new hobbies and support them to live as independent a life as they want.
Volunteers play a vital role in the day-to-day operation of our services. From tending to gardens, to supporting activities, or cheering at events, their support is invaluable.
If you have the time and energy to support people with an acquired brain injury to live their lives their way, contact us today.
There are many great reasons why you should consider becoming a volunteer. Have you considered that by volunteering you can:
Whatever you choose to do, and however much time you have to give, you’ll be making an incredible difference to the people we support and helping at a time when just need a little bit of extra help to navigate their lives.
Volunteers are vital to the work we do it could be just a few hours a week, time helping people with
We won’t ask you to get involved in personal care, financial support, medical activities, such as feeding, or to support or administer medication. These voluntary roles are to complement our existing employees who hold these caring responsibilities.
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Complete the application form to let us know when you are available, what your interests are, and what experience you might have.
Our team will be in touch to see if there is a service that matches your location and availability.
If there is, then the team will organise an informal chat at the service so you can take a look around, ask any questions and see if it’s right for you.
If successful, then a DBS check will take place and a start date and time will be agreed.
People with brain injuries and other neurological conditions have unique needs. To help as many people as possible, we have a network neurological centres, assessment and rehab services, and community support services across the UK.