Coronavirus: How to get Help

Sign up here for coronavirus support as an extremely vulnerable person from the UK Government.

The Brain Charity can also help anyone with a neurological condition, their family and carers with shopping, collecting prescriptions, etc.

If you need help, please get in touch: Email The Brain Charity or call us free on 0800 008 6417 (Monday-Friday: 9am-4.30pm)

The Brain Charity team delivers shopping during the coronavirus lockdown

Are you staying at home due to coronavirus? Do you need some help?

Life has changed for us all during the coronavirus pandemic, but if you have a neurological condition these changes are likely to make everyday life even more of a challenge for you and your family.

With this in mind, The Brain Charity has developed some new services to help those most negatively affected by the lock-down.

Read More: Coronavirus: Get help from The Brain Charity

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It can be tough on us all right now to not have any physical contact with our families, friends and loved ones, and it’s easy to feel isolated from the world, but staying in touch virtually can help you feel more connected and it’s never been easier to do! 

Read More: Stay in Touch

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All face to face contact with children & young people has ceased due to COVID-19 so The Brain Changer Arts Project has moved online. We are offering tutorials through The Brain Charity’s online platforms – website, YouTube and social media channels – for both our Physiotherapy through Dance and Occupational Therapy through Art and Craft workshops. 

Read More: The Brain Changer Arts Project is now online

As we stand together in this turbulent and unprecedented moment in time, it is inevitable to feel a new level of stress, anxiety, boredom sadness or frustration. It is important to remember that it is OK to feel this way. We are feeling it, too.

To help you deal with the uncertainty in a positive way, we wanted to be sure you have some tips that could help you improve your mental health and well-being if you are worried or anxious about the coronavirus outbreak.

Read More: Mental well-being while staying at home