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Headway is a registered charity number 1025852/SC039992
22 June 2015
Headway is delighted to announce the release of two new factsheets for people with balance and dizziness problems after brain injury.
17 June 2015
Another packed issue featuring: Revealed - the numbers behind the hidden disability; My story - Mel Lightfoot; Action for Brain Injury Week 2015; Hats for Headway Day and much more
15 June 2015
From schools and businesses to Coronation Street stars and TV presenters, Headway supporters across the country sported their wackiest bonnets with pride to make this year's Hats for Headway Day better than ever before
09 June 2015
Headway has added its support to a new report produced by the British Psychological Society (BPS) that calls for an 'end-to-end' redesign of the assessment process for ESA, a key disability benefit
08 June 2015
Headway has voiced its support for the vital work of carers of brain injury survivors by adding a message to the Carers Week campaign pledge wall
04 June 2015
Adult social care budgets are under unprecedented pressure as councils in England face a £1.1bn shortfall in funding this year, according to a survey conducted by the Association of Directors of Adult Social Care Services
Three years ago, 33-year-old David Thomas sustained a brain injury while playing rugby. It put his career and relationship with his wife, Helen, under increasing pressure as he struggled to cope.
Are you in need of legal advice following a brain injury? Search for a specialist solicitor on our comprehensive directory, and get useful information to help you make a claim.
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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