Latest Events Action on Brain Injury Week - 'A Life of Lockdown?' A life of lockdown? focuses on social isolation after brain injury, a problem we know has been exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic. The campaign aims to give a voice to people with brain injuries and carers to help them better explain to their friends and families the challenges they face as a result of brain injury. As well as having an awareness-raising focus, it will also have positive messages and tools to help people make a difference, such as guides and top tips for friends of brain injury survivors and carers. Get involved: We need YOU! You can get involved with our campaign by sharing our infographics, images, videos and your own experiences on social media. Use the hashtags #ALifeOfLockdown #ABIWeek to join the conversation. The more people share, the more we'll increase understanding of social isolation after brain injury! As well as sharing this very page, here are some other things you can share: Head to our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram channels and join the conversation Watch and share the Reach out to help out video Download and share the 'I'm supporting' campaign logo Set this image as your profile pic on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram If you're a social media wizard you can download our full social media pack (ZIP file) and get sharing! Mark the end of Action on Brain Injury Week by getting silly and taking part in Hats for Headway Day! 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. Booking for this event has now closed.