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Newmarket Hub to launch in December

Headway Suffolk is excited to be opening a new weekly Satellite Rehab Hub in Newmarket for people living with brain injury or a neurological condition on Monday 11 December. The outreach service will open every Monday from 10am – 3pm at Peter O’Sullevan House, 7a Newmarket Road. This is the Injured Jockey Fund’s Rehabilitation Centre, […]

Open Day at Ipswich Hub

Headway Suffolk is holding an Open Day at our Ipswich Hub on Thursday 30 November to showcase our services and raise awareness of how we help people. Clients, carers, family, friends and professionals who support them, including stakeholders, social prescribers, councillors, social care teams and community organisations, are all welcome to attend from 10am – 3pm. […]

Vote for Headway dementia groups in Asda green tokens

You can help Headway Suffolk win up to £500 for our monthly dementia social support groups by voting in Asda’s Green Token Giving, which runs up to 31 December 2022. To vote, go to www.asda.com/green-tokens and select store as Ipswich. Click vote on Headway Suffolk dementia group and enter your email address (you will need […]

Ipswich Round Table Autumn Ball

We are very thankful to Ipswich Round Table for supporting Headway Suffolk with their Autumn Ball next month. The Autumn Ball takes place on Saturday 22 October at The Hangar – Milsoms Kesgrave Hall from 6.30pm. The black tie event has the following order: 06:30 PM | Drinks Reception 07:00 PM | Sit down (Heads […]

New Understanding Brain Injury programme

Headway Suffolk will be running a new Understanding Brain Injury Programme, starting from 27 September and running for six Tuesday mornings. The aim of the programme is to help users understand the effects of their brain injury or neurological condition and how it affects their daily routines. The programme takes place at our Bury St […]

Delegates enjoy full day of Conference speakers

Delegates, both in-person and virtually, enjoyed a full day of keynote speeches at Headway Suffolk’s seventh annual Neuro Conference, which took place at Wherstead Park and was streamed online, on 11 May. There were 11 main presentations, along with updates from Headway Suffolk by CEO Helen Fairweather, plus an expert panel from four injury lawyers […]

New Understanding Brain Injury programme

Headway Suffolk is running a new Understanding Brain Injury programme in Ipswich in May and June for adults living with brain injury, stroke or neurological conditions. The aim of the programme is to help persons understand the effects of their injury or condition and how it affects their daily routines. It will run for 6 […]

New Carers Drop In service

Headway Suffolk is launching a new Carers Drop In service from 21st February It will be open every Monday from 10am – 3.30pm at our Bury St Edmunds Hub, near Asda. It is open to carers of all neurological conditions. A light lunch and refreshments. The cost is £10 a day. Ad hoc care is also […]

Cycle Ride postponed

Cycle Ride Update Unfortunately we have decided to postpone the Cycle Ride and Walk planned for September. We hope to stage the event in April next year.

Jill Brown

Headway Suffolk is very sad to receive the news that Jill Brown, a founder member of Headway Ipswich and East Suffolk, has died. Jill’s daughter Nicky sustained a brain injury in the 1980s. When Nicky had her accident there was no help like Headway in Ipswich. They had to attend Headway in Colchester. Jill and […]