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 →
It’s that time of year again –Hats for Headway – when our members, volunteers, staff and supporters don headgear ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous in order to raise awareness of brain injury. As the finale of Brain Injury Awareness Week, our celebrations were held at La Grande Mare Hotel where we enjoyed afternoon … Continue reading →
Headway is running its very first mindfulness course for family members of those who have survived a brain injury. We recognise that a brain injury doesn’t affect just one individual but the whole family, and carers often have an enormous amount of strain to bear – their lives have changed irreversibly too. Mindfulness is the … Continue reading →
Our very own wunderkind, Sarah Whitchurch, has been recognised for her outstanding sporting achievements at Headway UK’s national awards. The annual Achiever of the Year Award is given to a member of Headway who has shown tremendous courage in the face of adversity following brain injury and this year was presented by top British athlete … Continue reading →
Today was Halloween fun at Headway House. It’s hard to sum up the banter and silliness that can take place on our Friday social drop ins – you say ‘plenty of tea, biscuits and activities for brain injury survivors’ and you can’t help but think of a sort of bland gathering of people with carers … Continue reading →
Headway is looking for some friendly, organized and motivated volunteers to join us at Headway House every Friday morning for our social drop ins. You can expect fun-filled activities, friendly chats and of course, tea, coffee and biscuits. To find out more please contact the office number on 265623 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.