Improving Life After Brain Injury

Headway Black Country To Be Dudley Mayor’s Charity

The newly appointed Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Alan Taylor, has announced that he will be supporting Headway Black Country during his year in office.

Stephen Phipps, Chief Officer at Headway Black Country, commented; ” As a Dudley based charity we are absolutely delighted that Councillor Taylor has chosen to support our specialist work with adults affected by acquired brain injury and their families.

Since 1997 we have been raising awareness about brain injury and helping people to live as independently as possible and to achieve their potential. Brain injury and Stroke can affect anyone, at any time and we offer a range of services to support people through these life-changing events.

We are privileged to have been selected by The Mayor along with our colleagues at White House Cancer Support ( which supports people with cancer, their families and friends) and The Hope Centre, Halesowen (a charity with a Christian ethos which looks to provide practical and emotional support to people at their point of need) “.

Thank you Councillor Taylor !

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