At Brain Brolly we are proud to work with and try to support and understand everyone’s brains. You will see from our resources section that we try to have resources that are accessible to all brains. If you don’t see so well, you can listen to our advice; if you don’t hear so well, you can read our advice; if you don’t read so well, you can watch our vlogs etc.
Our Psychologists have specialist training and experience of working with people across both the lifespan and the ability span. We work with people who communicate differently, for example through eye pointing, and with people who are non verbal. We have different ways of providing therapy from one-to one clinic appointments to online video chats to written sessions.
We are aware that there are some issues specific to people with sensory impairments and their family and friends. There is often frustration at lack of resources or limitations to resources. There can be fears/worries/anxiety/concerns about the future; there may be a new diagnosis of sensory impairment to consider or emotional coping with the different life stages while having a sensory impairment to manage at the same time; there may be worries about the impact of sensory impairment on family and friends and so on.
People with visual impairment
We hope you like our podcasts
People with hearing impairment
We hope you like our blogs, text videos and picture boards
People with reading impairment
We hope you like our podcasts, webinar videos, vlogs and picture boards
People with speech impairment
We hope you like our resources and want you to know that we are happy to communicate with you in whatever way is most comfortable for you.
People with motor impairment
We hope you like our resources and want you to know that we have a lot of experience in working with people with motor disorders. Our CEO was the Psychology Rep on the Scottish Muscle Network, the national managed clinical network for people with neuromuscular disorders in Scotland.