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Headway Devon Joins “Friends Against Scams” Scheme

Headway Devon is proud to have joined a national scheme that aims to prevent people falling victim to scams. Friends Against Scams is an initiative run by National Trading Standards which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering communities to “Take a Stand Against Scams”. As part of the […]

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Wear Your Hat for Headway Devon!

Every year people across the country help to raise awareness of brain injury by wearing their hat for Headway. Hats for Headway Day is a simple, fun, and easy way to raise money for Headway Devon. Just like a dress down day, all we ask you to do is wear a hat (the wackier the […]

Ashill Inn support Headway Devon

A local pub has raised a fantastic £510 for local people with brain injuries following their Christmas draw. The Ashill Inn in Cullompton decided to support Headway Devon following the experiences of two of their regular customers, Anne and Dave Brummitt. The couple have been supported by the charity after Dave sustained a brain injury […]

A Creative Viewpoint at Devon Guild of Craftsmen

From 9th – 25th March, the Devon Guild of Craftsmen’s Riverside Gallery in Bovey Tracey will be showcasing a series of artworks created by clients at Headway Devon’s centre in Exeter. The artwork was created through a project held at our Exeter centre entitled, “A Creative Viewpoint: Then and Now.” The project was led by […]

New leadership for Headway Devon

We are delighted to announce that Ruth Wells has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Headway Devon and will take up the post on 11th April 2018. She will be joining us from Mind in Exeter and East Devon where she has been the CEO for the last six years. Ruth is an […]

A new job for 2018?

Are you looking for a new job in 2018? Headway Devon is seeking patient, caring and personable individuals to join our community support team. This important and satisfying work is very flexible and involves supporting people with brain injuries in their own homes and communities, helping them to get the most out of life. Every […]

Drop-in sessions for carers in 2018

Do you care for someone with an acquired brain injury? Headway Devon’s drop-in sessions for carers will be continuing in 2018. These sessions will take place at the XCentre in Exeter on the first Tuesday of every month (apart from January, when we will meet on 9th January) and will offer information, support and advice […]