Take a glimpse at our new home in Llandough Hospital, which we’re hoping to have moved to by the end of September...
New research shows more than three quarters of brain injury survivors struggle every day due to their hidden disability
As part of Action for Brain Injury Week 2022, Headway is sharing the stark results of the See the Hidden Me study which found that 76% of brain injury survivors experience problems on a daily basis because of the hidden, and often misunderstood nature of brain injury. When a brain injury occurs, in a moment of trauma
Unpaid carers of all ages in Wales will benefit from a £9m fund to set up a new national short breaks scheme. The three-year investment will increase opportunities for unpaid carers to take a break from their caring role and will deliver a key Programme for Government commitment. A short break is a service, support
This week is Acquired Brain Injury Week and the theme of the week is 'See the Hidden Me' – which is all about brain injury often being invisible. Solicitors in our Neurolaw team at Hugh James discuss the support they have given to the Headway Fundraising Committee: Acquired Brain Injury Week 2022: Headway Fundraising Committee Blog