Rehabilitation Services


We deliver a tailored programme of rehabilitation to our clients, guided by our specialist therapists, who are individually assessed using client-centred goal plans. Each client is assigned a keyworker who helps them set independent living goals using the Wellbeing Star, monitors and maintains a record of progress, and ensures that the clients’ needs are regularly reviewed. Our experienced staff are supported by regular volunteers.

Our day services are based at our Headway East Sussex in Newick on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and we also provide an outreach service in the community. Both of these are funded services, and our Advice and Support team will provide information and advice on funding.

Day Services at Headway East Sussex, Newick Centre

Our day services include:

  • Individual rehabilitation programmes and client identified goal plans
  • Specialist input from neuro-occupational therapists and neuro-physiotherapists
  • Focused sessions on relaxation, dealing with anxiety and managing anger
  • Gym sessions and exercise groups tailored to the individual’s needs, including chair-based exercises – please click here for more details
  • Complementary therapies such as Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates
  • Activities to develop skills, interests and hobbies such as woodwork, pottery, photography and art
  • Fundamental tasks such as basic food skills to support clients’ reintegration into the community
  • Games sessions to assist rebuilding relationships and social skills and help with improving communication

View our rehabilitation services menu and pricing structure.

We are also please to be able to offer a new therapy service, working in partnership with the Neurotherapy Partnership. An individual therapy programme may consist of one or a combination of the following therapy services:

  • Speech and language therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy

Download our information pack for more details.

Outreach Service

Our Care and Rehabilitation Support Workers provide one-to-one support in the individual’s own home and their local community to promote independence, increase opportunities and improve quality of life. This includes helping clients re-learn or develop the skills needed to manage everyday life such as planning and communication, and set specific goals to allow individuals to live as independently as possible, this may include budgeting, using public transport and meal preparation. For further details please click here.