Headway Essex Supporting You At All Times

Coronavirus has made life feel very different for everyone, but at Headway Essex we want to make sure that we can continue to support you throughout these very different and challenging times.

Virtual Activity Sessions

If you are an existing client who attended the Headway Centre in Colchester or Activity Sessions in our South Essex Hub, before lockdown, you will have been invited to attend virtual activity session, which include:

Fitness Groups, Managing Fatigue, Social Groups, Understanding Brain Injury, Quizzes, Carers Groups, education and Cognitive Rehabilitation.

These sessions are underpinned by regular calls from your support worker to check your general health and wellbeing and help keep you on track to achieve your recovery goals.

If you don’t want to join a virtual group, you can try a Headway Essex seated fitness class with personal trainer Matt Brinkley in your own time. You can follow Matt’s class on You Tube using this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZkW4KPyHqk&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR16Dr9YqrFYV6_ogGOh4Z6p1xOHtpZltO_YPUEosM7UpsBoc7dR9Gcrlzw

Welfare Calls

We understand that our Virtual Groups may not right for all of our clients, so we want to reassure you that we are here for everyone and will tailor our support to your needs. We will schedule regular calls to check your general health and wellbeing and put in place support to help you cope in the lockdown situation.

You can also call us on 01206 845945 or e-mail abisupport@headwayessex.org.uk when you need help.

New Referrals

Our virtual doors are still open to all adults and their families in Essex, living with and acquired brain injury.

Stella Kerins, Head of Brain Injury Care Services at Headway Essex said: “We have had to change the way we do things but we are determined to be here for our clients and their families and we are still responding to new referrals”.

If you have had a brain injury or are caring for someone with a brain injury, and you need help, you can contact Headway Essex  by e-mailing abisupport@headwayessex.org.uk or by calling 01206 845945.

For more information on making a referral click here

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