Headway Thames Valley remains open. Some roads near to the river in Henley on Thames were closed for a time on Monday but these do not affect the charity’s activities at Brunner Hall which is up hill on Greys Road.
BELOW IS A BRIEFING FROM HEADWAY UK, REGARDING THE MEDIA INTEREST FOLLOWING MICHAEL SCHUMACHER’S SKIING ACCIDENT:
Click on the link below to view a video of Esther Rantzens TV programme Hearts Of Gold in 1989 which featured Headway Thames Valley.
We already have over 20 runners signed up for the Reading Half Marathon next year.
A new web site has been developed which helps local people find health and wellbeing charities that can help them –
Musician and DJ, Eddie Winship recently popped in to Brunner Hall and recorded an interview with music therapist Sharon Warnes and the choir.
Please read all of the following including the guidelines to find out more about our new facebook page and how you or someone you know can use it safely to connect to others with brain injury.
The daughter of a Headway Thames Valley client whose father suffered a stroke has started a blog for children of parents with a brain injury
Here is the link