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  • What is your experience of living with brain injury?

    We would be really grateful if you could share your experience with us, via our survey: www.surveymonkey.com/r/Braininjurynorfolk
    Headway Norfolk & Waveney
  • Did you know?

    There were 5,839 hospital admissions for acquired brain injury in Norfolk and Waveney in year ending March 2014.
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Brain injury can affect anyone. We support people with traumatic and acquired brain injury including strokes, their families and careers to regain confidence and overcome challenges. We promote independence and rehabilitation, providing information and support services directly to people.
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Brain injury stories told through photography The achievements of the Headway Norfolk and Waveney photography groups at all three of our ...
Brain Waves: Art Exhibition Showcasing the artwork of Headway clients to raise awareness of brain injury
Gorleston visit from the High Sheriff The High sheriff of Norfolk Lady Philippa Dannatt visited Gorleston Headway as part of a dr...
Brain Injury Info

Brain Injury Info

Moderate brain injury A moderate head injury is defined as loss of consciousness for between 15 minutes and 6 hours, or...
Severe brain injury Severe head injury is usually defined as being a condition where the patient has been in an uncon...
Minor brain injury A brief period of unconsciousness, or just feeling sick and dizzy, may result from a person bangi...
Why thank you @MorganJonesPett - appreciate the help in sharing the services we have to offer… https://t.co/ryTxqbHLsj
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Christmas craft fair in support of Norfolk's brain injury charity https://t.co/cQVnYgj2Fj
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Quiz & chips night in support of Norfolk's brain injury charity - 7.15pm 25 Oct David Lloyd leisure club, Drayton R… https://t.co/wZ3cenAgjp
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