training, support and therapy help you thrive
Since Brain Health Breakthrough’s inception in 2018 they have worked with over100 people of diverse ages and backgrounds.
We have delivered specialist courses for both professionals and peer support groups for a range of targeted audiences and innovative programmes, including unpaid carers, those living with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and those affected by ‘Long Covid’ enabling people to develop innovative coping mechanisms and wellbeing support from both a theoretical and practical perspective.
Brain Heath Breakthrough’s services and interventions are a powerful tool enabling people from multiple backgrounds, with multiple needs to find or regain their place and purpose, as well as build mental resilience, social connections and coping strategies to positively take control of their lives and fulfil their potential.
Previous clients and beneficiaries report improved wellbeing including improved sleep, improved communications and relationships, increased productivity, as well as feeling more self-assured and balanced to improve decision making.
The combination of professional training, empathy and aptitude for supporting those in a person centred way, alongside practical knowledge and lived experience, enables the team to achieve a high level of success with clients and beneficiaries.
“To deliver high-quality training, one to one support and unique, tailored interventions to reduce isolation, improve mental health and wellbeing."
Increased sense of identity, hope, positivity and trust in personal goals and aspirations leading to family, relationship, economic and wider personal achievements and improvements
The mission of the organisation is to provide social and emotional support for individuals with brain injury experience, unpaid carers and individuals in the community who need specialist intervention to assist with health and wellbeing.
. As a progressive and innovative organisation Brain Health Breakthrough believes health is holistic and understands that each person's emotional, physical, social and spiritual needs must to be met in order for them to actualise their full health and potential.
We are very grateful to the lottery fund for agreeing to support our work in these challenging times of COVID-19. We are acutely aware of the impact of this pandemic on those we look to support, especially in the area of mental health and wellbeing. All training and support will be conducted online until such time as we can meet in person again.
Given members of the delivery team have had Long COVID and are now living with side effects and ongoing symptoms, they have been able to create an innovative and needs led group to respond to their existing and new communities who have been affected by Long COVID.
Find out the latest events and news for unpaid carers funded by the National Lottery Community Fund
Find out about our weekly support group on Thursday at 1pm for those with brain injury. Sponsored by the lottery Community Fund.
Trauma Specialist – using holistic methods to self-soothe and self-regulate which focus on calming the nervous system, positively changing people’s mental health and well-being.