After sustaining a brain injury in a motorcycle accident 33 years ago, local man, Keith Lauder, continues to experience the residual effects of disability - not least almost total sight loss - but that doesn't stop him taking on breath-taking feats... Read more
Headway Nottingham's hero supporters, Scape Group, are joining forces with delivery partners at construction firm, Willmott Dixon to add to their incredible fundraising coffers for 2018!Read more
After sustaining a brain injury in a motorcycle accident 33 years ago, local man, Keith Lauder, continues to experience the residual effects of disability - not least almost total sight loss - but that doesn't stop him taking on breath-taking feats...Read more
Headway Nottingham is proudly celebrating the successes of our cohort of English and Maths students, all of whom have achieved English and Maths qualifications right here at our rehabilitation centre.Read more
Headway Nottingham is proud to have been awarded a £3,000 donation from The Masonic Charitable Foundation.
The grant acknowledges the life-changing work undertaken at Headway Nottingham and is exclusively for the support of people in our local community whose lives have been turned upside down after brain injury.Read more
Headway Nottingham is proud to have been selected as Scape Group's Charity of the Year in 2018Read more
What inspires a man to jump from an aeroplane at 3,000 feet, all in the name of charity?
Chris Clough from Nottingham will be doing just that in August, all to support Headway Nottingham in return for supporting his Mum through one of the toughest experiences of her life.Read more
Meet Khloe Mitchell - Headway Nottingham's littlest supporter with a great big heart.Read more
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Two Headway groups are again set to benefit from the support of East Midlands based, Ropewalk Chambers, as they mark their 12th annual Personal Injury Litigation Conference.Read more
A viral film featuring Headway Nottingham members has been shortlisted for the prestigious Charity Film of the Year Awards!Read more
Centre reopening times and available emergency support over the Christmas breakRead more
Woodborough Bridge Club are celebrating their biggest local charity fundraising sucess to date, having raised an incredible £1,100 for Headway Nottingham through their annual Charity Bridge Drive!
72 wonderful, local players turned out to test their skill, patience and to raise money for our essential services. Familiarised with our work through friends who have been supported by us previously, the club were compelled to bolster our work and make a difference to more local people who have eRead more
The team at Headway Nottingham is proud and disproportionately excited to reveal their brand new, shiny website!
headwaynottingham.org.uk will provide up to date information, news and developments in the field of brain injury, especially relevant to the Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire county communities. It will also give a taster of some of the amazing work that happens at the centre and provide help and inspiration for how to support us.Read more
Headway Nottingham received a welcome invitation to attend The Rotary Club of Long Eaton's Charity Disbursement Evening on Monday 13th November 2017. A fabulous event that sees the culmination of a year of hard work for the Rotarians who tirelessly fundraise for deserving local charities. We were honoured to attend!
The evening saw Cas Francis (Vice-President) comparing with some aplomb and plenty of humour. A very good meal, and the chance to talk to the Rotarians themselves, as well as tRead more
Are you in receipt of Personal Independence Payment or Employment and Support Allowance as a result of your brain injury?
In response to wide-spread controversy surrounding PIP and ESA assessments, national brain injury charity, Headway - the brain injury association (UK), is seeking the views of those with experience of the assessment process to complete their survey. Findings will be presented to The Work and Pensions Committee in response to their inquiry 'ESA andRead more
Headway Nottingham is set to benefit from second term as a Co-op Local Cause! Since May Co-op shoppers have supported Headway Nottingham with 1% of their own brand purchases and through the sale of Co-op carrier bags.Read more
Living with the daily effects of brain injury doesn’t mean you can’t have a voice, as Headway Nottingham's group of talented creative writers have proved.
On Saturday 11th November, Waterstones bookstore hosted the inspiring launch of ‘Making Headway - Living with Brain Injury’, a moving and honest compilation of personal stories marking the bravery and determination of people with disabilities in our community whose lives changed beyond recognition following their brain injuries.Read more