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Headway is a registered charity number 1025852/SC039992
10 April 2015
Double Olympic gold-medallist James Cracknell will lead a team of almost 80 Headway runners for this year's Virgin London Marathon on 26 April 2015
01 April 2015
Sadly, the unreliability of replicating the results of animal trials with humans has been demonstrated by a large-scale clinical trial of progesterone
24 March 2015
Find out how you can support Relate's campaign to put relationships at the heart of the NHS
20 March 2015
Spring has sprung, and it's time for many people to start planning a holiday. With all the excitement and effort involved it's easy to forget one of the most important things - travel insurance.
16 March 2015
A new Headway survey to assess the impact reforms to the Work Capability Assessment (WCA) have had on brain injured claimants has highlighted a disappointing lack of progress
13 March 2015
Support from a baa-rilliant new film, a mention at the end of one of the most popular programmes on TV, and a pop icon singing our praises have ensured we have a spring in our step as we enter, well, spring
Codey Sharp had dreams of becoming an RAF pilot before a brain injury changed his life forever at the tender age of 17
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