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Action for Brain Injury Week postponed

Mon 04 May 2020

This year’s Action for Brain Injury (ABI) Week, focusing on memory loss, has been postponed as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.

ABI Week, set to take place between 11-17 May, will be rescheduled to later in the year. The new date is yet to be announced.

Memory Loss: A campaign to remember aims to raise awareness of the ways in which memory problems can affect brain injury survivors and their families.

It also provides our network of groups and branches with an opportunity to come together and talk about topics that are important to them, many of which are struggling in the current climate.

This is an extremely challenging time for so many of us and the health and safety of people affected by brain injury, our employees and volunteers is our number one priority.

Rest assured that although ABI Week is postponed, the support on offer remains unchanged. If you have any questions or concerns about memory loss after brain injury, or any other queries about brain injury, please contact our helpline on 0808 800 2244 or

Hats for Headway

Hats for Headway Day will still be going ahead on Friday 15 May under the new name of Hats at Home for Headway.

We’re asking our supporters to get involved by donning a hat at home, sending in a picture and donating to Headway.

Whether it’s a party hat, veil, helmet or homemade creation, we want to see!

Use the hashtag #HatsforHeadway on social media to be in with the chance of winning the following prizes:


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