Headway offers training in issues that affect people living with brain injury and their families and carers. This is part of our commitment to raise awareness of the challenges involved in brain injury and the healthcare questions it raises.
All of our training is designed to complement the recommendations of the 2005 National Service Framework for Long Term Conditions and can be individually tailored to meet the interests of the participants.
The training is offered nationwide at a range of accessible venues.
Certificate in brain injury studies
Headway, in partnership with the University of Northampton, are pleased to announce the start in September 2009 of a certificate programme in brain injury studies for staff who are working directly on supporting people who are living with acquired brain injury.
The list below shows the courses Headway offer.
- Challenging behaviour following acquired brain injury
- Cognitive rehabilitation issues
- Communication difficulties after brain injury
- Sex and sexuality following acquired brain injury
- Understanding brain Injury
We also offer bespoke 'in-house' training events where we come to you. These are perfect for social service departments, health professionals, care agencies and other interested organisations - where more than one person within an organisation might benefit from specific brain injury training.