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Fundraising News | 02.08.2022 | By: Jo Grange

The George Ide Stride raises over £3,500 for Headway Sussex

Headway Sussex charity staff and client members are extremely grateful to the team at George Ide LLP Solicitors for raising £3,500 through their sponsored walk along the South Downs Way. Staff from George Ide Solicitors were joined by clients, friends, family, dogs and Headway Sussex Trustees on a sunny Saturday for the scenic walk across […]

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News | 26.05.2022 | By: Jo Grange

Have your say on future plans for people with brain injury

The ABI Strategy plan announced by the government in December 2021, is co-chaired by our Sussex MP for Chichester Gillian Keegan, who is also Minister for Care and Mental Health. Headway UK and brain injury charities across the nation are also backing this. The government needs to hear the views of people living with a […]

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News | 21.12.2021 | By: Jo Grange

Painting rocks with our Occupational Therapy Students

My name is Sinead and I am currently at the end of a placement with Headway with my colleague Rebecca. We are Occupational Therapy students from the University of Brighton masters course. Whilst at Headway we have been running various activities at the Newick centre and the Eastbourne and Brighton Wellbeing Groups. We have been […]

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News | 08.11.2021 | By: Jo Grange

Could you be a Headway Trustee?

We hope to find new voluntary Trustees with experience in the following areas and will warmly welcome your enquiry: Property or Development HR & People Management Digital and IT Diversity and Inclusion NHS and Adult Social Care   Our very special charity supports people living with an acquired brain injury and their family carers. Established […]

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Fundraising News | 15.10.2021 | By: Jo Grange

Headway Sussex visits Newick Primary School

We’re always keen to get involved with local communities and recently we were invited to Newick Primary School to talk to the children about brain injury. We spent the morning talking about what the brain does, how it can get injured and how this affects a person if it happens. The children then made paper […]

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News | 01.03.2021 | By: Lucy Morewood

Life as a trainee Occupational Therapist blog: an introduction to Occupational Therapy

We’ve been lucky enough to get a couple of pairs of extra hands in occupational therapy for a few weeks, to support our clients to achieve their individual goals following brain injury. We’d like to introduce you to Jo and Callum, and we’ll them tell you a little bit more about themselves and what they’re […]

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