As a charity, we promote independent living within our clients’ own home, or in any social environment, supporting them to pursue as full and interesting a life as possible. We do this by utilising a person-centred approach to assist individuals in maximising their own potential, opening gateways’ to improved choices and independence.

Our Aims;

  • Provide the highest standard of care to meet your needs

  • Focus on providing the highest quality services; built on honesty, safety and reliability

  • To have a highly trained and motivated workforce

  • Have an integrated approach, utilising a multi-disciplinary team to achieve a service that promotes self-esteem, self-worth and independence

I don’t feel alone anymore, coming across this group of people that understand me, has given me the inspiration to carry on. I feel like I am a part of society again!


Being a part of the charity & taking on the responsibility in counting and banking the monies we all raise, gives me a great sense of meaning in my life & feeling important as a person.


I have been given a new lease of life! My ideas are put into practice; I can now make things in the woodwork area despite being paralyzed on my right side. Making new friends & meeting people in the same position as me, is helping me to move forward with my life!


After having my RTA in 2004 being left registered blind/ severe partial sighted, having a brain injury and epilepsy, Brainwave has given me hope that I have a future ahead as I am able to help make deliveries to people who are facing the same challenges as myself. I have been given a new lease of life and quite excited by the things that we are achieving with the charity and community. I love the social interaction as I can meet new people and help others along the way.