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Supporting people with a brain injury and those who care about them

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Brain injury can be a life changing experience and people often need support after they have been discharged from hospital or rehabilitation centres.

Headway Cambridgeshire is the only local organisation that provides on-going services which are designed to enable brain injured people and their families and carers to move on with the next stage of their lives.

In our Chesterton hub we offer a programme of activities and specialist services aimed at recovery and social rehabilitation. Working across the county of Cambridgeshire we also provide information, hospital liaison, community enablement and the opportunity to participate in social events.




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Community Connections

Are you looking to return to work or training, or do you need some direction for your future?

Our Community Connections course offers practical support and 1:1 sessions tailored to your situation and goals. Find out more here

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Volunteering Opportunity

Headway Cambridgeshire are currently recruiting volunteers to join our brilliant Hub team based at Chesterton in Cambridge, every Thursday & Friday, 9am-3pm. Find out more here.

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Would you like to share your experience of the Covid-19 pandemic?
Would you like to share your experience of the Covid-19 pandemic?

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17th March, 2021

Emilie is researching the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on individuals with a brain injury and their carers.

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Volunteers Week 2020- Adam
Volunteers Week 2020- Adam

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3rd June, 2020

Adam talks to us about The Outdoor Project

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The Hospital Brain Injury Co-ordinator became someone who absolutely understood how I felt, I didn’t need to explain. I could talk about my fears and worries. She was such a great support through the difficult days, but could also celebrate the small step successes, which was important to me.