Business contracts: promoting independence after brain injury
Relearning how to cook can be a challenge for people recovering from brain injuries that affect memory, motor skills and attention span.
Could your business develop an innovative solution to help people recovering from brain injuries regain their capacity to cook at home safely and independently?
Through this competition you could win a share of £160,000 to fund your idea’s development and commercialisation.
- the competition opens on 26 February 2015
- there’ll be a briefing event in Wrexham on 23 March
- the competition closes on 20 April 2015
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