Back the ABI Bill

We need a plan for Acquired Brain Injury – support the ABI Bill on 3rd December Read more

Gill Perkins

The Headway Nottingham team must sadly share the news that our wonderful Volunteer and Trustee, Gill Perkins, has passed away. Read more

Headway Makes a Move for the Future

During very uncertain times, Headway Nottingham makes a move that will save money and boost another local charity in the process. Read more

Press release: "All at once everything was gone"

A 44-year-old former Intensive Care Nurse from Bilborough is supporting Headway's Action on Brain Injury Week campaign, 'A life in lockdown?', to reduce loneliness amongst people with disabilities after a freak accident left her feeling completely isolated. Read more

ABI Week 2021: a life of lockdown?

A life of lockdown? will focus on social isolation after brain injury, a problem we know has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. Action for Brain Injury Week will this year run from 17-23 May. Read more

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

All the information you need about Headway Nottingham's service re-opening after the Christmas break and what support is available to you during Christmas closure Read more

...and the winner is...

Headway Nottingham's Christmas Raffle raised £216! Huge thanks to everyone who took part this year and has supported us to continue our vital work. Read more

BNI Sleigh in Christmas Hats for Headway

Local business from the BNI networking community have shown their support for local people with brain injuries by wearing their Christmas Hats for Headway Read more

Press Release: Snowdrops in the Winter

An Amazon bestselling poetry anthology, written by a client of Headway Nottingham, is available this Christmas. Proceeds from book sales will be donated back to the charity that worked with the author to rebuild her talent and confidence after she suffered a brain injury. Read more

Memory Loss: A campaign to remember

ABI Week 2020 has begun with 'Memory loss: A campaign to remember', aiming to raise awareness of the ways in which memory problems can affect people with brain injuries and their families. It explores the impact of memory on relationships, recovery and returning to work. Read more

People with brain injuries 'fear for future' with loss of rehabilitation

More than half of people with brain injuries have lost access to rehabilitation services as a result of lockdown measures and now fear for their futures, according to a study published by the national charity, Headway - the brain injury association. Read more

Flame UK's Support Burns Brightly

Flame UK, the Colwick-based facilities management company has announced its decision to support Headway Nottingham as its Charity of the Year. Read more

Innovation in Brain Injury Rehabilitation - Dramatherapy

The British Association of Dramatherapists’ Charity (BADth Charity) is delighted to announce that Headway Nottingham has been successful in its bid for funding to employ a Dramatherapist to enhance rehabilitation services. Read more

BNI Castle Network in Style

Business networking is a lively affair in West Bridgford. We're grateful to BNI Castle for supporting Hats for Headway Day with typical enthusiasm and energy! Read more

Hats and Networking @ Nottingham Playhouse

Headway Nottingham was supported by the talented local business people attending Networking @ Nottingham Playhouse this May! The generous bunch wore their Hats for Headway as the coffee flowed and business relationships flourished! We are grateful to every local business person who took the plunge and got involved and to Shamshad Walker Marketing for organising the event. Read more