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Get creative! What does 'A New Me' mean to you?

Mon 10 Apr 2017

We know how creative our supporters can be, so we're inviting you to share your expressions of how brain injury has created 'A New Me', to help raise awareness of the condition.

#ANewMe

The pink 'A New Me' brain logo, with our Action for Brain Injury Week 2017, 8-14 May logo to the right.

Whether it's a painting, photograph, poem, short film, podcast or even a letter to your brain injury as shown in the video below, we would love to showcase as many creations as possible during Action for Brain Injury Week in May. We know that it's not just brain injury survivors who 'A New Me' may resonate with, so we're inviting family members and carers to get involved too. 

 

Get involved

To help us raise awareness, we're asking people who submit their work to provide some background information, explaining how brain injury has changed them and giving meaning to their piece.

We've put together a secure online form that can be used to send creative works to us:

Submit your creative expression

Alternatively, they can be posted along with our printable form (PDF) to:

Andrew Taylor
Website and Social Media Manager
Headway
Bradbury House
Old Basford
Nottingham
NG6 8SF

Please don't post original pieces to us, as we can't guarantee their safe return.

You can email Andrew on website@headway.org.uk if you have any further questions or encounter problems submitting your work. 

 

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