Improving Life After Brain Injury

Carers and Families

Headway concerned by reports that COVID-19 could lead to an increase in brain injuries

Headway UK has published the following statement in response to a news article that there could be a potential link between COVID-19 and acquired brain injuries. The statement reads: “Leading brain injury charity Headway has expressed concern following evidence of an increase in the number of people

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Information Bulletin April 2020

This Bulletin provides information about our services and those of others during the lockdown. Click to access Bulletin-April-2020-v2.pdf   Click to access Bulletin-April-2020-v2.pdf    

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Wolverhampton Carer Group – Venue Change

Our Wolverhampton Carer Group on 4th March will be meeting at K Teas Café, St Georges Parade, Wolverhampton WV2 1BA (12-2pm) rather than at West Park Hospital. Any carers of someone affected by acquired brain injury are welcome to attend. For Carer Group dates for 2020 please

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Survey – Memory Loss after ABI

Following the success of last year’s Action for Brain Injury (ABI) Week fatigue survey (for which it got over 3,000 responses!), Headway UK has launched a new survey for the ABI Week 2020 campaign Memory loss – a campaign to remember. The survey is designed to be

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Case Study – Carer Support

As well as regular meetings, our Carer Groups have excursions now and again. On 25th July a group of carers visited the Red House Glass Cone at Wordsley for a pottery painting session and a spot of lunch. ” I wasn’t sure I would enjoy it  but

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Lottery Community Fund

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