Headway Devon are celebrating Carers Week 2019 with the news that we will soon be expanding the support available to carers in Devon. Since 2017 we have been operating a monthly carer support group in Exeter. Thanks to a generous donation, we will soon be expanding this support to include a carers’ portal with online […]
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 […]
Today (18 October 2017), 33 Healthcare Workers who provide excellent care across the UK have been announced as finalists and regional winners for Skills for Health’s Our Health Heroes Awards 2017, including one from Headway Devon. The Our Health Heroes Awards, sponsored by Health Education England, were established in 2016 and aim to celebrate the […]
Our popular coffee and crafts event will be returning to the XCentre by Exeter Quay on Saturday 4th November to help you kick-start your Christmas shopping. The event will see a range of talented local crafters and artists coming together in this stunning 17th century building by Exeter Quay to showcase and sell their beautiful […]
Do you care for someone with an acquired brain injury? Headway Devon’s new carers drop-in sessions launch on Tuesday 5th September. These sessions will take place at the XCentre in Exeter on the first Tuesday of every month and will offer information, support and advice for carers who support someone with an acquired brain injury. […]
Our popular craft fair and coffee morning returns on Saturday 12th August 2017. Taking place in the beautiful XCentre, just a stone’s throw from Exeter’s historic Quayside, this event combines a wide range of stalls from talented local sellers with delectable treats in one of Exeter’s most beautiful spaces. The event will take place at the XCentre […]
It’s here… Action for Brain Injury Week 2017! ABI Week (8th-14th May) is all about sharing people’s experiences with acquired brain injuries. Life after brain injury can present some great challenges to the individual, and their families and carers. We focus on how to move forward and rebuild lives after brain injury. Throughout ABI Week our day […]
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