This is for all you Royalists (and anyone else!) who wants to help Headway by supporting Hats for Headway with a royal theme for Harry and Meghan. On May 18th, please join in the fun and wear a royal hat with your colleagues to help Headway spread awareness and raise money. Regular updates on our … Continue reading →
In October 2016 Headway Guernsey welcomed Emily Barrasin to the team. Emily is an Assistant Psychologist who works with Headway on a Wednesday and Friday, spending the rest of the week at the PEH hospital. Her position is funded by HSC, the Pink Ladies and the Guernsey Community Foundation for Headway. Emily is delighted to … Continue reading →
January 2017 saw Headway open its brand new Headway House at KGV, a wonderful purpose built centre allowing us to provide more of our services with greater flexibility. Here is the team celebrating the opening!
Brain Injury Awareness week runs from 9th-15th May. A week where we raise awareness of the issues of islanders and their families living and coping with serious brain injury. Watch out for the Press articles on life in Guernsey for Headway members and the services we provide. On Friday 13th May it’s “Hats for Headway” … Continue reading →
Guernsey Headway member Sarah Whitchurch completed her first half marathon in June. All the more remarkable when you realise that Sarah, aged 26 did this in a standard wheelchair, having contracted meningitis at the age of 11. Clearly Sarah is one tough cookie and having watched the swimming at the Paralympics last year, and meeting … Continue reading →
Thank you to everyone who played their part in making this year’s Hats for Headway such a success. A special mention to Peter and his team at Oi advertising who invented and then ran the campaign and to Steve from Ace taxis who drove around the island in the bobble-hatted taxi. Thanks to Cannacord Genuity … Continue reading →
Hats off for Headway with another hugely successful Hats for Headway day. Big thanks to all islanders and businesses who donned silly hats to raise awareness of serious brain injury. A special thanks to Steve from Ace Taxis who drove the bobble- hatted taxi and to Cannaccord Genuity for allowing us to brand the car. … Continue reading →