You, me and brain injury

The aim of the ‘You, me and brain injury’ 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 hope to highlight 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 spoke with various Headway Thames Valley clients to hear about how their relationships changed after brain injury;