Brain injury can affect anyone. We support people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers to regain confidence and overcome challenges.
Headway Norfolk and Waveney works to promote independence and rehabilitation.
We provide information and support services directly to people with acquired brain injury, their families and carers.
Headway Norfolk wide services support people to adjust, regain independence, re-learn skills and develop confidence. Our Occupational Therapist and teams work with clients and families to tailor support, so people move forward in a positive way.
One to one support in your home and community
Working closely with people to increase independence at home and in the community.
Group sessions and support in one of our three centres
Our centres are based in King’s Lynn, Norwich and Gorleston. People can access a wide range of sessions that support in meeting personal aims, social rehabilitation and independence. Our opportunities are always developing, examples of the types of sessions available include:
• Creative workshops
• Physical movement
• Independent living skills