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The charity that works to improve life after brain injury.
Headway is a registered charity number 1025852.
24 February 2014
With cuts to local authority and NHS budgets continuing to impact on people's lives, Headway aims to be the voice of brain injury survivors across the UK when we use ABI Week 2014 to say 'Don't cut me out!'
13 February 2014
You can help Headway improve life after brain injury throughout the UK by taking on one of our unforgettable challenges!
05 February 2014
Headway gives support to Nottingham man David Jackson who is set to ride 80 miles in just one day in order to raise money for the charity while raising awareness of the dangers of concussion in sport
04 February 2014
This year's conference will cover an interesting range of topics relating to both brain and spinal cord injury
29 January 2014
Headway - the brain injury association has praised the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) for banning a television advert promoting 'safe' cycling that showed a rider without a helmet.
22 January 2014
Headway has welcomed updated guidance from the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) on the 'Triage, assessment, investigation and early management of head injury in children, young people and adults'
The spring 2014 issue of Headway News contains a review of the Headway Awards, ABI Week 2014 campaign, special feature on coma and much more
Nigel's wedding to Jo was a wonderful day for friends and family of the couple. It's just a shame that Nigel can't remember it.
Are you in need of legal advice following a brain injury? Search for a specialist solicitor on our unique 'Personal injury solicitors list', and get useful information to help you make a claim.
Find a Headway service near you.
Headway Groups and Branches are located across the UK and Channel Islands. Use the drop down below to find the service nearest to you.
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This booklet is written for anyone who has had a minor brain injury. It gives you information about your brain and tells you some of the things that may happen as a result of your injury. It also gives you some practical tips to enable you to help yourself.
Find hospitals, neuro-rehabilitation units, residential homes, nursing homes and respite facilities that specialise in acquired brain injury (ABI)
Headway offers a range of online communities to give you the chance to connect online with other people who are affected by brain injury
HRH Prince Henry officially opened Bradbury House, the hub of UK-wide charity Headway