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Headway tells Parliament about carers who work

Fri 22 Dec 2017

We've been able to tell Parliament about some of your experiences as part of the Work and Pensions Committee’s inquiry into support for carers who work.

The often catastrophic nature of brain injury can change lives in an instant; not just for the individual but also for partners and families. When brain injury strikes, partners, parents or adult children find themselves suddenly having to give up work or trying to continue to work while at the same time experiencing emotional distress and having to adapt to a new, unplanned and involuntary role as a carer.

You can download our submission below, or visit the Parliament website to find out more about the inquiry.


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