The 2.6 Challenge – can you help?
We’re launching our Spring Fundraising Campaign: ‘Keeping in Touch, Staying Connected’, and we could really do with your help.
We’re asking our client members, carers, family, friends, staff, community and supporters to take part in the 2.6 Challenge to raise much-needed funds for Headway East Sussex so that we can continue to provide support to people living with brain injury.
To take part, all you need to do is choose or dream up an activity based around the numbers 2.6 or 26 and fundraise for us by signing up and creating your own fundraising activity.
Or you can support our wonderful team by donating to support their 2.6 Challenegs!
Your Own Wellbeing – Stay Connected during the Coronavirus Outbreak
If you have no support – here are some useful Community Hub Contacts:
Your own wellbeing is very important! Please keep in touch with us so we can check how you are and what you need to stay safe. However, if Headway Support is not available and there is nobody else to help….
If you are alone and worried, unwell or cannot get medicine or food, for urgent assistance or advice you can contact your local Coronavirus Community Hub.
Community Hubs are usually open 10.00am – 4.00pm (opening times vary – not open Easter Sunday)
|Eastbourne||Lewes and Eastbourne Councils||01323 679722|
|Hastings||Hastings Borough Council||01424 451019|
|Lewes||Lewes and Eastbourne Councils||01273 099956|
|Rother||Rother District Council||01424 787000 (option 4)|
|Wealden||Wealden District Council||01323 443322|
|West Sussex||https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/||033 022 27980|
Headway South East London and North West Kent (SELNWK) have set up a Community Radio station to help the Headway community come together and support each through this difficult period.
With best wishes to everyone to stay safe.
The Headway Team
Here is the link to advice about staying safe:
For the latest advice on Coronavirus please visit: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
It is important for everyone to follow Government advice.
- Stay at home – only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home)
- If you go out, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times
- Wash your hands as soon as you get home
- Do not meet others, even friends or family. You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.
Headway East Sussex offers rehabilitation and support services for people with acquired brain injuries, their families and carers. A brain injury can result from many different causes including stroke, accident, tumour, sporting injury or assault.
We provide a range of day services, offering tailored rehabilitation and reablement programmes, as well as a variety of advice and support services to those affected across the whole of East Sussex including Brighton and Hove and parts of West Sussex.
If you have a brain injury, or are caring for someone with a brain injury we are here to support and help you both practically and emotionally, so please take time to browse the information on this site, take a look at our video and give us a call for more details or advice.
If you are a professional looking for more information then visit Our Services section to find details of our services.
We accept referrals for adults with a confirmed diagnosis of acquired brain injury (i.e. an injury sustained since birth) resulting from any cause including stroke and traumatic brain injury. The person must be over 18 however, the injury can have occurred at any age.
Our carers services are open to anyone providing care or support to someone with a confirmed brain injury, irrespective of whether the person with the injury is known to us. This may include spouses, partners, parents, siblings, other family members or close friends.
Referrals can be made by anyone. Confirmation of brain injury will be sought from the person’s GP for self-referrals or referrals from a non-clinician.
We are affiliated to the national charity Headway UK.