Heads Up – Summer 2016 Issue

Welcome to our summer newsletter! The gardens at Headway House come into their own in the sunshine and we are making the most of the good weather with activities in the grounds including digital photography, Tai Chi on the lawn and healthy walks. We were thrilled to receive our new minibus in June enabling us to go out and about, safely transporting clients who are wheelchair-users. In the latest … Read more…

Hats for Headway Day 2016

Hats for Headway – Hats the way to do it! We are calling out for people to don their wackiest hat today – Friday 13th May – to raise funds for families across East Sussex living with the effects of brain injury. We are asking businesses, schools, and community organisations to get creative for Hats for Headway Day, which … Read more…

Heads Up – Spring 2016 Issue

This Spring we have lots of news to share with you! We are delighted to have 3 new support workers, Paul, Kate and Helen join the team. In March and April we were very pleased to welcome some local councillors who visited Headway House to find out more about our work. The clients have been busy in the various sessions that take place here … Read more…

Grassroots Sport Urged to be Concussion Aware

A new charity campaign is urging grassroots and junior sports clubs across the UK to be concussion aware and take an ‘if in doubt, sit it out!’ approach to head injuries. The Headway Concussion Aware campaign has the backing of a number of national sports governing bodies, including the FA and Rugby Football Union, as … Read more…

Heads Up (New Year 2016 Issue)

Heads Up Newsletter - January 2016 - The New Year Issue

At our first team meeting of 2016 we made time to look back on the past year and reflect on what we’ve achieved – and there was plenty to celebrate! With the appointment of Trudie Mackay to our new Advice and Support Services Coordinator role we have been able to respond more quickly to new referrals and have seen an increase in the number of … Read more…

Heads Up (Winter 2015 Issue)

We’ve had another busy few months with lots going on in all areas of the service. Since mid-September we have been running a therapy project with the Neurotherapy Partnership and have been providing tailored occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech and language therapy programmes for some of our clients. We’ve had some excellent results already and it has been very exciting to see clients achieve their goals – from improved mobility … Read more…