Norwich Solicitors Hatch Brenner have collaborated with Headway Norfolk and Waveney, to produce a fantastic Christmas card for their clients and contacts.
The artwork for the front of the card, a detailed mural showing Hatch Brenner's long-established location on Theatre Street in Norwich, was produced by Headway volunteer and former client Michael.
Action for Brain Injury Week 2020
This year Action for Brain Injury Week took place from 28the September to the 4th October, focused on Memory loss: A campaign to remember which aimed to raise awareness of the ways in which memory problems can affect brain injury survivors and their families. It explored the impact of memory on relationships, recovery and returning to work.
The health, social and economic impact of coronavirus, or COVID-19, cannot be understated.
At Headway Norfolk and Waveney, we understand that the ever-changing environment, in which social change is happening at an unprecedented pace, is causing significant concern to individuals and families affected by brain injury.
King’s Lynn have a lot of exciting projects starting, recently having began work on the allotment in collaboration with the Norfolk Autistic Society, clients have been enjoying the process of planting fruit and veg, - even when the weather isn’t the best! This year the team have already planted shallots, garlic and rhubarb; with a lot more planned.
Clients at the Gorleston Centre have been getting creative and developing new artistic skills. The art group went to the Norfolk Makers Festival which was held at Norwich Forum. They worked with Withy Arts on a textile art project over six weeks. The clients work from this project was on display at the festival and they also got involved in some other creative workshops at the forum.