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Herefordshire Headway

Improving life after brain injury

Herefordshire Headway is a Herefordshire-based charity providing services to people over 18 who have a head injury or an acquired brain injury. It also provides specific support services for carers and family members.

Its day rehabilitation centre in Credenhill, Hereford is spacious and well equipped, offering members a range of activities and therapies led by specialists. These include music, art and speech therapies, physiotherapy, cognitive exercises, carpentry, IT, creative writing, choir, pottery, yoga, literacy, numeracy, gardening and craft sessions.

It also offers care at home, which includes a whole range of potential support from shopping, help with gardening, visits to hospital, someone to help with introductions to social activities, support with letter writing and setting up of financial management systems.

The charity is a branch of the national Headway charity, which was founded in 1979.

Supporting the vital work of Herefordshire Headway

Herefordshire Headway’s aim

Herefordshire Headway’s main aim is to provide support and rehabilitation to members using its day centre and through its outreach service.

Why we support Herefordshire Headway

Around 350,000 people are admitted to hospital with an acquired brain injury every year. That’s one every 90 seconds.

How you can help too

Get involved with Herefordshire Headway by donating or fundraising.

Meet the Team

Ally Taft, Head of Clinical Negligence

Starting out as a physiotherapist, Ally embarked on her legal training knowing that she wanted to specialise in clinical negligence from the outset. Now a partner for Medical Accident Group, her experience and medical understanding have stood her and her clients in good stead, combined, as they are, with her determination to seek justice for clients whose lives have been devastated by clinical negligence.

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Help us help Herefordshire Headway

Visit the Herefordshire Headway website