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The so called “loneliness epidemic” is a paradox of today’s society. Despite innovations like the internet and social media facilitating connections between people across the World, we are lonelier than ever with an estimated 3.83 million people in Great Britain experiencing chronic loneliness.
After a brain injury, it is easy to lose connection with one’s past life, as individuals and as a couple. Previous research suggests this can have a bad effect on the relationship and on the psychological wellbeing of the couple…
When we said last year that “things have been very busy indeed”, we had no insight of what was to come. 2023 brought with it a lot of positive changes, as well as growth within Brainkind…
Natalia Masztalerz, Brainkind’s Assistant Psychologist (Outcome Measures) shares her insights after attending the British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Autumn Meeting.
During the COVID-19 lockdown Brainkind’s dedicated support staff continued to provide an excellent service for the people we support.
The week commencing September 18th 2023 was a memorable one for Brainkind.
Perceptions and experiences of supporting people with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and sleep problems in inpatient rehabilitation
This year’s 20th-anniversary edition happened in Glasgow, the base of one of our independent brain injury rehabilitation hospitals. We could not have missed it!
The therapeutic use of cannabis has increasingly been considered in various health settings.
It is nearly June, meaning Research Month 2023 is back at Brainkind.
News and insights from the 14th World Congress on Brain Injury in Dublin.
Does GripAble have the potential to be of great value to people with brain injury in their road to recovery?
Brainkind has built a network of experts keen to get involved in peer-reviewed research, policy changes and new projects. But we’re also always open to new proposals.