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Find out how Headway can help you after brain injury
About brain injury
Find out more about brain injury and its effects
The charity that works to improve life after brain injury.
Headway is a registered charity number 1025852/SC039992
25 September 2015
Headway is already preparing for the season to be jolly by launching a brand new range of Christmas cards and our 2015 raffle
17 September 2015
A new Headway branch to support armed forces personnel and veterans affected by brain injury has been launched at a well-attended event in Catterick, North Yorkshire
08 September 2015
Headway is delighted to announce that the charity's information resources have been honoured for the seventh year running at the British Medical Association (BMA) Patient Information Awards
Snowboarder Charlie Elmore shares her story, The Way Ahead Conference 2015, news from across the UK and much more!
07 September 2015
An charity volunteer who was forced to rebuild his life from scratch after sustaining a life-changing brain injury has opened a new charity shop to help other families affected
02 September 2015
Following recent media criticism of aggressive fundraising techniques deployed by several large national charities, Headway - the brain injury association has set out the charity's fundraising principles
Oliver Game was just 20-years-old when the motorcycle he had been riding collided with a car at a crossroads, leaving him with near fatal head injuries and a life-changing brain injury
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.
We are passionate about improving life after brain injury. But we can only do this with your help.
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