A unique combination of digital tools and personal coaching to help manage overwhelm and reduce anxiety in the workplace.
Brain in Hand is designed to support people who are neurodivergent (e.g. autistic or ADHD) or have a mental health condition (e.g. anxiety or depression).
A clinical diagnosis is not required for referral.
Supporting resilience and independence
You can recommend Brain in Hand to anyone who struggles in the workplace with:
The best of digital and human support
Assessor Resources: Workplace
Brain in Hand can be funded for those eligible for Access to Work. Employers can also purchase it directly as part of their additional support to employees.
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Features at a glance
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Year one licence
Subsequent years' licences
The licence fee includes:
- Unlimited access to all digital tools, accessible via an app
- Scheduled and ongoing sessions with a personal, qualified coach
- In-the-moment support from a skilled Brain in Hand responder
I think a big thing for me since having Brain in Hand is feeling more confident, both in work and being a mum. I'm more confident that if something does happen, I'm not just going to freeze and flounder.
Evidence-based, proven support
We support thousands of customers each year and consistently evaluate Brain in Hand to ensure that we can demonstrate its impact on anxiety reduction, increased self-management, and improved wellbeing. Positive change is possible.
Within seven months, 90% of employees reported enhanced well-being, as measured by the Short Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scale
Source: Brain in Hand and the Charity for Civil Servants: Project Evaluation - 2019
Supported neurodivergent employees exhibited three times less likelihood of intending to leave their positions compared to unsupported counterparts
Source: Neurodiversity at Work 2022, Birkbeck University of London
28% secured paid or voluntary employment through Brain in Hand referrals, specifically through Intensive Personalised Employment Support (IPES)