One of Headway's objectives is to campaign to increase awareness and reduce incidence of brain injury.
This section provides information on some of our key campaigns, from our annual Action for Brain Injury Week campaign to concussion in sport, funding cuts and supporting GPs.
We update our campaigns regularly, so keep coming back for more information!
The Right First Time campaign is calling on the government to bring in changes to the disability benefit assessments which currently fail a large number of brain injury survivors and their families.
Find out more about the campaign
A New Me provides a platform for people to creatively share their experiences in order to challenge misperceptions of brain injury while demonstrating the value of having access to the right help, at the right time.
Share what A New Me means to you!
The effects of brain injury can be just as devastating for families as it is for individuals. It can change relationships in an instant, turning partners into carers and transforming the lives of entire families.
See how we're campaigning to support carers
At Headway, we want to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy sport, while being better protected from the risks of concussion.
Find out how you can be Concussion Aware
We are passionate about promoting safe cycling, while supporting calls to make it safer for people of all ages to take to their bikes and get pedalling.
See our cycle helmet facts and resources
The false economy of funding cuts: Brain injury survivors need help to rebuild their lives, but funding cuts are cutting them out of society.
See how we're campaigning against the cuts
Headway has launched a campaign and created an online resource to help doctors to diagnose, manage and refer patients affected by brain injury.
Access our resources for GPs
It is vitally important that every A&E department across the UK provides the information recommended by NICE to all head injury patients.
Find out how we're improving safety after head injury
Explore our campaigns
Right First Time
A New Me
Caring for Carers
'Don't cut me out!'
Minor head injury discharge advice
You, me, and brain injury - ABI Week 2018