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Headway News spring 2014

04 March 2014

Another year is upon us, but what a year that's just passed! A royal visit, a record year for national media coverage, new groups and branches launched...all providing good reason for celebration at the Headway Annual Awards in December.

The cover of Headway News, featuring a montage of photos from the Headway AwardsAs always, however, the main reasons for cheer were our inspirational finalists. Not only can you read all about this year's event in a four-page centre-page feature, but look out for QR codes that will allow you to watch our finalists take to the stage. There's also a QR code allowing you to watch a special review of the year played out on big screens to guests on the day.

Not sure what a QR code is? Take a look at page four.

Also in this issue, we launch our ABI Week 2014 campaign, in which we will be saying 'Don't cut me out!'. We need your help to raise awareness of the impact spending cuts are having on the lives of people affected by brain injury. Check out page seven to see how you can get involved. Following Michael Schumacher's tragic skiing accident, we look at how coma has come to the media's attention, while there's also plenty of exciting news from across the UK to look out for.

Wishing you all the best for 2014.

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