Headway


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Headway

A UK charity that provides help and support for people with brain injuries, acting locally through a network of sites which offer a wide range of services, including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community outreach and respite care.
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For more information about volunteering opportunities or donations, contact the Headway Loughborough shop on 01509 231 247 or visit the store.
The mayor has also chosen Headway Shropshire, the county's local support group, as one of her charities of the year and has a number of events and activities planned throughout the year to help raise much-needed funds for the two groups.
The people close to you don't have that sort of training, and that's where a charity like Headway can really help."
Sakey, Executive Chairman of Headway Workforce Solutions stated, "Shiftgig has built a cutting edge business model and tool set in the hospitality and events staffing sectors.
"I love everything about volunteering for Headway," said Sally.
Across the UK, the Headway network of 127 groups and branches provides local services to ABI survivors.
The Chester crew members travelled to the west coast of Wirral to take part in the annual Dragon Boat Festival, which raises thousands of pounds to support Headway's social groups, drop in services and support activities.
Smadex will become part of Entravision's Headway business unit.
Headway has over 125 branches across the UK and is a key name in the field of rehabilitation and works to improve the lives of those affected.
The Duchess of Northumberland said: "The creation of Headway Northumberland has brought together three branches of Headway, which individually have done so much to benefit people living with brain injuries and their families.
The Manitoba government is investing $50,000 to support Headway, a program that brings together social service agencies, police and community organizations to provide comprehensive supports for at-risk youth and their families, Justice Minister Heather Stefanson and Health, Seniors and Active Living Minister Kelvin Goertzen announced here today.
Addressing secretary CADD, the CJP remarked, 'There should be positive headway on the matter.