Services over Christmas 2016

For many of us Christmas is a time to relax and spend time with loved ones. But Christmas can be a very challenging time for people with brain injuries and although Headway Devon’s day centres will be closed for the period, our dedicated Community Support Team will continue to provide support and care to the […]

Services over Christmas

For many of us Christmas is a time to relax and spend time with loved ones. But Christmas can be a very challenging time for people with brain injuries and Headway Devon are striving to ensure that the people and families we support are not left alone at this time of year. This year, all […]

Services over Christmas

For many of us Christmas is a time to relax and spend time with loved ones. But Christmas can be a very challenging time for people with brain injuries and although Headway Devon’s day centres will be closed for the period, our dedicated Community Support Team will continue to provide support and care to the […]

Honiton Councillor spends time with local charity

Headway Devon’s centre in Honiton was delighted to host a visit from Honiton Town Councillor Sharon Pavey on Friday 22nd February. Sharon, who arranged the visit over twitter, said “I first heard of Headway after a family member had a stroke last year and Headway supported their recovery. I then chatted with Headway fundraiser Holly and […]

Celebrating student volunteering

To mark Student Volunteering Week, Headway Devon would like to say a huge thank you to our dedicated team of volunteers and raise awareness of the invaluable support that we receive from local school, college and university students. Headway Devon are very lucky to enjoy the support of volunteers studying a wide range of subjects […]

Serving the community over Christmas

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 […]

AGM rounds off a productive year

A challenging but positive year was rounded off successfully with Headway Devon’s Annual General Meeting on 11th October. As well as serving a formal purpose in signing-off the last year’s financial accounts, this meeting also offers an opportunity to reflect back on the last year and catch-up with perspectives and achievements across the organisation. Many […]

Mayoral visit at Headway’s South Devon centre

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. […]

Students making a difference for brain injury survivors in Devon

To mark National Student Volunteering Week, we’d like to say a huge thank you to all of the local University and college students who generously give up their time to help Headway Devon to improve life after brain injury. We are very fortunate to have a strong body of enthusiastic and hard-working student volunteers, without […]

Happy New Year from Headway Devon

We’d like to start 2012 by wishing all of our friends and supporters a very happy new year. 2012 looks set to be an important year for Headway Devon, and we’ve got big plans to improve the support available to local people with brain injuries. Our main aim for 2012 is to raise awareness about […]