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Caring for someone with a brain injury

Brain injury doesn't just affect individuals; it can transform the lives of entire families.



Depending upon the severity of your relative's injury and its effects, you may have to make considerable changes to the way you live, such as becoming a part-time or full-time carer.

In response to increasing local need we have launched a bespoke support programme in Norfolk for those who are caring for somebody affected by a brain injury or stoke. More details of our Carers Headspace programme can be found here.


For an array of fact sheets and information on caring for someone with a brain injury please visit the following Headway UK Webpage

If you are caring for someone with a brain injury, or have a relative being treated in hospital, then the information should help you to meet the challenges ahead and find the support you need.