Life Skills Activity Sessions | Headway Black Country

COVID 19 – Our Centres are now open, we are closely following both local and national guidelines and restrictions and will update our information accordingly. 

We offer a range of facilities and sessions, run by skilled rehabilitation workers and therapists, which are designed to help brain injury survivors to meet their goals.

Our sessions are delivered in groups and our clients contribute to the design and delivery of our programmes.

Each individual has an assessment to identify personal needs and goals. Whether these goals are to get out and meet more people, increase confidence, develop skills or improve cognitive functioning, our programmes can help.

Through our range of different life skills sessions people are able to practice and develop skills in a number of areas, including understanding and managing cognitive challenges, practical thinking, goal setting, stress management and well-being.

Sessions are available at the following centres:

Dudley – Martin Hill Street DY2 8RT and other Dudley Locations

Monday to Friday each week – groups offered include:

  • Cognitive and Life Skills – working on areas such as memory, attention, planning and concentration
  • Creative Expression – improving concentration, attention, coordination and social skills in a relaxed group atmosphere – supporting improvement in communication
  • Interaction and Communication – improving confidence and self-esteem, sharing discussions and communication
  • Social and Creative Art – themed project work supporting concentration, memory and thinking skills whilst improving confidence
  • Computer Skills – learning or relearning how to use computers. Improving concentration, planning and memory. Opportunities to access the internet, social networking and much more.

Also on Fridays each weekwe offer an informal, recreational session

Willenhall – West Midlands House, Gipsy Lane, Willenhall WV13 2HA

Monday to Friday each week – groups offered include:

  • Cognitive Skills and Adjustment – Mentally stimulating activities to aid daily living skills, Supporting clients in the use of compensatory strategies, Education about the effects and management of their brain injury, Supporting clients to manage and cope with their difficulties, Supporting psychosocial adjustment.
  • Social Interaction and Communication – Themed project work to improve social skills and communication, Mentally stimulating activities to improve attention and thinking
  • Skills, To explore the differing ways we can communicate, Literacy, numeracy, speaking and listening

More Information

If you would like to know more about these activities please contact us on 01384 869961 or e-mail

Making Referrals

To make a referral please complete and submit our Referral Form.