Asking the Right Questions

Asking the Right Questions

25th February, 2015

Brain Game

Headway Cambridgeshire is asking for help with a new concept.

As part of the Mind Your Head project, an initiative of Headway Cambridgeshire, a board game is being devised as an aid to help recover lost memories.

The concept was created by Headway Cambridgeshire’s hub clients, who made a basic prototype and found it a useful tool for communicating with each other and exercising their brain in the process. The participants of the game move around the board, answering a variety of questions from the practical to the more emotional, for example:

  • ‘How do you make a cup of tea?’
  • ‘What is the one thing today that has made you happy?’
The aim is to make the game suitable for all sorts of groups of people as it has a number of possible applications.

The Mind Your Head Project now wants to take the board game a step further by developing the existing prototype into a marketable product.

We need to get as many questions together as possible and we are asking everyone to contribute questions that they think might be suitable for inclusion.

Headway Cambridgeshire’s hub clients will then decide which questions will be included in the final version of the game.

The game will not only be a useful tool for people who have suffered a brain injury, but will also provide work in the form of a social enterprise which would be part of the rehabilitation process.

So what question would get you thinking?

Send your suggestions to by email to: mindyourhead@headway-cambs.org.uk

Or by post:

Mind Your Head Headway Cambridgeshire Block 10, Ida Darwin Cambridge Road, Fulbourn CB21 5EE.

As a brain injured person it can sometimes be hard to feel positive about your progress but the gym instructor at Headway Cambridgeshire pushes me in the right direction and helps me to feel more enthusiastic about what I am able to achieve and what I might achieve in the future.