Brain Injury Support Groups

Brain Injury Support Groups run every two to four weeks and take place across Berkshire, South Oxfordshire or on a screen.

The Support Groups are ideal to meet other people facing similar challenges following an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Each session will cover a different aspect of living with brain injury.

Each client invited to attend one of our Support Groups has previously experienced another Headway Thames Valley service eg. 1:1 support and advice or a Living with Brain Injury Course. The main goal of the groups is to check in with people and keep them on the right track, ensuring they continue to progress.

If you have had a brain injury or you are supporting someone who has had a brain injury, click here to make a referral for our services.


of our clients would recommend our services to someone living with brain injury

Uncover Henry’s transformative experience in our Support Groups. Click here to read his inspiring story.

“My accident was so long ago. One of the hardest things to come to terms with was,

this is it,

I don’t get any better.

I don’t get me back.

I just have to work on what I have now.

That was really important. I felt I’d been fighting
all this.

At the group I learned there that I have to accept this is how I am now and learn other tools to help me and in some ways I had adapted.

I used to have a really good memory. One of the women in the group sent me a link for a calendar on my phone that I can use for food and meal planning.

It was interesting being in a room with people who understand that it’s not the same, everything is a bit different, it’s ok to be tired.”

Bryony, client of Headway Thames Valley