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Headway UK's 'Improving life after brain injury' leaflet.
Brain injury explained leaflet Click the link above to download Headway UK’s ‘Brain Injury Explained’ leaflet. An acquired brain injury, or ABI, refers to any injury caused to the brain since birth. A brain injury can happen to anyone, at any time and can be caused by trauma (for example following a road traffi c […]
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 […]
A hub to help relieve the pressure of keeping family and friends updated with your loved one’s progress
Headway is able to refer members for a weeks' holiday at an accessible cottage in Pickering, in conjunction with the Hull Children's Adventure Society
HealthUnlocked is a specialist online community tailored for people with a brain injury, their families and carers.
The Headway Brain Injury Identity Card is designed to help police officers and staff more easily identify brain injury survivors and ensure that they receive an appropriate response and support.
Headway UK maintains a directory of accredited specialist brain injury solicitors.
Headway has developed an accreditation scheme open to residential care settings.
Grants of up to £500 are available in the immediate aftermath of brain injury, to help adult brain injury survivors and their families cope with the sudden practical implications.
Headway's HATS nurse Emily is based at HRI and Castle Hill to provide specialist support and outreach programs.