Technology can help us provide you with support and information in a variety of ways.
Guest speakers on our Facebook live and Instagram pages provide their own insights of living with bipolar and Facebook and Twitter give you a platform to share your views and join the conversation.
Some support groups have moved online
Apps and other digital services can help you manage your bipolar effectively too. Check out articles below for ideas and inspiration
Our Mood Tracker app makes it much easier to track your daily mood, medications, emotions and how much sleep you’ve had
Andrew Thompson first saw a psychiatrist when he was 19 but was only diagnosed with bipolar at 50. Here he explains how the diagnosis inspired him to develop a Mood Tracker app for Bipolar UK
We’ve picked these mood apps to help you track, understand, or control your bipolar a bit better, so you can live a healthier, more balanced life.
Apps are not a substitute for professional care, but they are an excellent resource for identifying problem areas and collecting useful data.
In spring 2019 Bipolar UK made a successful bid to Comic Relief's Tech for Good Fund to develop a chatbot. This is the video we made outlining our ambitions
We have collated a list of apps to help manage your well being.
Julia Savage shares her personal experiences of bipolar disorder and taking part in the Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) mood monitoring system True Colours