We are delighted to announce the theme of this year’s Action for Brain Injury Week, which takes place from 14-20 May.
You, me, and brain injury will build on the huge success of last year’s A New Me campaign by once again putting people directly affected by brain injury at the heart of our awareness-raising work.
The aim of the campaign is to highlight the fact that brain injury doesn’t just affect the individual, but also their family, friends, colleagues, and many more relationships besides.
We will be highlighting the ripple effect brain injury can have on many different lives, in many different ways, while demonstrating the various ways in which people can help the person with the brain injury to adapt and regain a degree of confidence and independence.
We will be looking for people, from many different perspectives, to share their experiences – positive and negative – about how their relationships have changed following brain injury.
So if you are the relative, friend or carer of someone who has suffered an acquired brain injury, we’d love to hear from you. Please call us on 01491 411469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Other things planned for Action for Brain Injury Week
We invite all Headway Thames Valley supporters to join us on Wednesday 16th May for our Spring Concert – follow the link for more details.
Hats for Headway Day takes place on Friday 18th May – click here to find out how to get involved.