Hull and East Riding
Here you can find out all about news, events and services in the Hull and East Riding area.
Formally established in 2007, we are an active branch run entirely by dedicated volunteers. We run social events as well as training events for survivors, carers and professionals. We even have a branch mascot – Headway the pony.
We regularly meet twice a month and provide a variety of services. Please check our ‘what’s on’ events below to see how we can help.
25/11/2018 at 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pop in and see us, have a go on our legendary tombola and help us raise funds for the Hull & East Riding branch. The garden centre will have their range of Christmas goods for sale, including a very popular grotto. Don't miss it!
Hull Coffee Meeting
07/12/2018 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join us for a coffee and a catch up. This is an informal gathering so you can come and chat to us and other members about brain injury or anything else.
19/12/2018 at 6:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Join us for our annual Christmas meal! Two courses for £9.99, or Three courses for £11.99. Click here to see the Festive Menu If you would like to attend the meal, please fill in the form below for each person that will be attending. Alternatively, you can let us have…
We'll be having a Christmas meal at the Goodfellowship in Hull. The delicious festive menu has been announced, so bookings are now open.
Based on the true story of twins Anna and Lauren, a new virtual reality film allows viewers to experience Anna's brain injury recovery from the perspective of both Anna and Lauren. The twins were 20 were Anna was injured in a road traffic accident.
A new report, Time for Change: Acquired Brain Injury and Neurorehabilitation, has been published by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Acquired Brain Injury.
Headway Hull & East Riding’s newsletter for September is now available to download, just click on the link below. Hero Newsletter September 2018.pdf Hard copies of the latest newsletter are available at our meetings. Check out the events section for more information.
Jayne and Helen from Rotary Club of Barrow and Meridian did a daring skydive to raise an amazing £2,000 for Headway Humber! Watch the video and read all about it here.
New website helps relieve the strain of passing on updates and helps people learn how to support you
Services in our area
Stroke survivors and carers who attend offer each other friendship, support, empathy and inspiration in a safe and informal environment. People can share experiences, banter, social events and encourage each other.
Welfare advice, advocacy, information, house clearance, help arranging accessible holidays, gardening and decorating help, zimmer frame and wheelchair loans
It provides free impartial advice for Hull residents on a whole range of issues including benefits, debt, housing, family, community care and employment.
The Centre for Independent Living, covering Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire managed by Choices and Rights Disability Coalition. The Centre for independent Living (CIL) is a collection of key services for disabled people.. Choices and Rights staff members manage the Information Service,Direct Payments Support Schemes,Database of Potential Personal Assistants,Disability Information Service,Disability Equality Training, Consultancy,Equality […]