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Brain in Hand, Habatica, Brexit & Hiring!
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Brain in hand - personal technology for independant living

We're thrilled to be partnering with Brain in Hand to deliver one-to-one specialist training on the life changing app!

Brain in Hand is cloud based assistive technology designed to enable individuals with autism or mental health issues to be independent and achieve their goals! By mapping out tasks, situations and drawing on support, it aims to reduce anxiety and allow the user to proactively implement individualistic solutions to overcome any barrier. It's highly reactive, enabling the individual to call on support wherever or whenever they need it via their phone.

You can check out the Brain in Hand website here, and sign up to their newsletter here for regular updates.
Rosie King, presenter of the BBC’s award-winning ‘My Autism and Me’ reviewing Brain in Hand

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"Motivate yourself to do anything"


That's the tagline for Habatica, a video game that helps you to develop good habits and boost productivity IRL (that's 'in real life' for those that aren't gamers, yet!). Tasks become little monsters that you have to overcome, allowing you to progress in the game. To turn your to-do's into fun, simply head to the habitica.com website, or use the free IOS/ Android app. Check out the DnA review by Michael Woodman!
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Have a read of our latest blog post about how Brexit, Conservatism and cabinet reshuffles affect Disabled students.

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We're looking for someone awesome to join our team in Brighton! If you have a passion for social change, like speaking to people and have a good eye for detail, we want to hear from you! Here's the job description! Deadline Sunday 21st August.
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