Improving lives after brain injury since 1990
Headway Leicester celebrates 30 years of supporting local individuals and their families across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland whose lives have been affected by an acquired brain injury (ABI).
We’re proud of our achievements but as a forward-thinking charity we are already focused on the next thirty years. We want to improve and continue to keep Headway Leicester at the forefront of providing support and rehabilitation for people living with a brain injury.
Due to COVID-19 many of our events and celebrations have had to be cancelled. However, keep an eye on our website and social media just in case we decide to hold something virtually!
Michael Condon, who has been volunteering with Headway Leicester for just nine months has been on a fundraising mission and today (which is also his birthday!) dyed his hair to help us raise vital funds for our Digital Day Centre which launches on Monday 1 June. Supporters have been donating and pledging which new hair colour they would like!
Headway Leicester is a local charity supporting people affected by brain injury, offering specialist services to survivors and their families. We have had to radically transform our services in response to COVID-19 and have now launched an emergency appeal to support this vital work. Read More
For the past few weeks key staff members and Michael, one of our tech-savvy volunteers, have been busy getting everything set up and ready to launch our ‘Digital Day Centre’. This was our meeting last Friday which marked #HatsforHeadway Last Thursday, Dawn one of our Outreach workers (bottom left) held our first Zoom session with some of her clients from