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Headway Hull & East Riding’s newsletter for December is now available, just click on the link. Hero Newsletter December 2018.pdf Hard copies of the latest newsletter are available at our meetings. Check out the events section for more information.
Hull & East Riding volunteer Susan Kyle is a finalist for the Headway UK Volunteer of the Year award, and we couldn't be more proud!
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
The Headway Humber website has been launched! Headway Humber is a collaboration between four of our local branches, and the new website is a hub for all regional information.
East Park in Hull has a facility offering adapted bikes, and members of the local branch enjoyed a trip around the park in the sunshine. Check out our photos here!
Find out if you could be eligible for a tax reduction… We have listed several schemes here, but remember each Council will each have their own scheme. The Council Tax Discount Scheme This means you may get a 25% reduction if all the other residents in your home are ‘disregarded’ for council tax purposes. You […]
Local council methods of making adult social care payments have recently raised concerns - make sure you know all the facts before you decide.
Following the outcry over charges for calling the Universal Credit customer information numbers, the Government’s promised Free phone numbers have now been introduced.