News An insight into Headway Norfolk and Waveney 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 drive to raise of awareness of brain injury within the borough. Brain Injury in the national news- sport concussion rules The Premier League and FA introduced 'stringent new rules' for the treatment of head injuries this season, following strong criticism from leading neurological experts from across the world. What is your experience of living with brain injury in Norfolk and Waveney? Do you have a brain injury? Care or support someone with a brain injury? Live in Norfolk? Please share your experience with us... King's Lynn -we have moved! We have moved our King's Lynn centre to South Lynn Community Centre - an exciting, more accessible venue... Did you spot Shaun the Sheep reading a Headway booklet? Shaun the sheep uses a Headway UK booklet to find out more about brain injury! New statistics reveal shocking increase in East of England brain injury admissions There were more than 30,000 hospital admissions for acquired brain injury (ABI) related diagnoses in the East of England last year, according to a new report issued by brain injury charity Headway UK... Supporting memory and cognition Cogwheels sessions- “The sessions really help with my short term memory, I am a lot more confident and can concentrate for longer periods”- Headway client. Living with brain injury- a poem Geraldine attends Headway in Gorleston and has written this poem about her experience following brain injury.