Latest Blog As lockdown ends... Tips for people with brain injuries As lockdown measures lift, we are beginning to see a return to ‘normality’. While many people feel excited about this, some may be feeling anxious or nervous about the changes and pressures that a return to socialising may introduce. In this video, produced by the national brain injury charity, Headway - the brain injury association, Dr Vaughn McGill of the Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust discusses the feelings that people with brain injuries may have towards lockdown measures lifting, and what you can do if you are feeling worries about it. We're here if you need us If you or someone you know has been affected by brain injury, and is experiencing problems as a result, Headway is here to help. Headway Nottingham is here to support people throughout Nottingham city and county and we are available on 0115 9679669 or at [email protected]. If you live outside Nottingham, you can find contact information for your local Headway support service HERE. The national Headway Nurse-led Helpline is available on 0808 800 22 44.