Headway Devon are out and about in Exeter from 9th-15th June to celebrate Carers’ Week and raise awareness of the vital role that carers perform in their local community. When brain injury strikes, its devastating impact is often felt by their whole family and their lives can be changed forever. Partners, children and parents can […]
Recent fundraising events have put a real spring in our step here at Headway Devon. From bucket collections and raffles to coffee mornings and grants, our supporters have gone above and beyond to support local people with brain injuries. This seasonal fundraising began with a coffee morning at the Meads in Silverton in May raising […]
Carers’ Week will be taking place from 10th-16th June 2013 and Headway Devon, like many other charities, will be taking the opportunity to raise awareness of the vital role that carers perform in their local community. When acquired brain injury strikes, its devastating impact is often felt by the whole family. Partners, children and parents […]
For many of us, Christmas is a time to relax and spend time with loved ones, but it can also be a very challenging time for people with brain injuries. With this in mind, although Headway Devon’s head office and day centres will be closed for the period, our dedicated Community Support Team will continue […]
Mayor of Torbay, Gordon Oliver, made a special visit to Headway Devon’s day centre in Torquay last week. The visit was arranged after Mayor Oliver made a very generous donation of £500 to the centre as part of a pledge to donate half of his annual salary to local groups and organisations in the Bay. […]
A bucket collection in Exeter’s Alphington Road Sainsbury’s store raised a whopping £246.58 for local people with brain injuries and their families. The collection was part of a series of events run by the store to mark national Carers Week – a week dedicated to celebrating and recognising the country’s six million unpaid carers for […]
Our 2011 conference takes place at Sandy Park on the 14th October. For more details, click here.
At Headway Devon we recognise the vital role that carers perform and we are committed to ensuring that carers feel well-equipped to perform their role. Our staff team are available on the phone to offer support, information and advice when needed. All of our services offer valuable respite opportunities for carers. Our long history of […]
Our Community Support team work one-to-one with people in their own homes and communities. Our specially trained Community Support Workers provide individually tailored care to enable people with brain injuries to live happier and more independent lives. As well as being able to support clients with personal care needs such as washing, cooking and dressing, […]
Whatever your connection with brain injury, Headway Devon is here to help. We provide a range of services for people with brain injuries, family members and carers, and for professionals working with people with brain injuries. Simply chose an option from the menu on the right.