Headway is an Irish registered charity and an internationally accredited brain injury services organisation that supports adults (18+) who are affected by brain injury.
A picture is worth a thousand words and to understand better who we are and what we do, these following three videos will help.
“It makes me feel normal”
What happens at Headway
A centre fit for purpose
A bit more…
We were founded in 1985 as a support group by families and interested professionals to address the needs of people with brain injuries and their carers and families. Since then, we have grown, and now provide a range of community-based rehabilitation support services and information for people affected by brain injury, whatever the severity of injury.
Collaboration is a strong feature of our approach and we work in a multidisciplinary way, linking where necessary with resources or people with specialist skills not available within Headway.
We take a lead in advocating for better sharing of resources, information and expertise both between voluntary agencies and between the voluntary and statutory services.
Our vision is for a future where people with Acquired Brain Injury in Ireland can rebuild their lives and meaningful roles in their own communities. As a recognised leader in ABI rehabilitation, Headway will heighten communication and awareness of brain injury in Ireland, to shed light on this hidden disability.
To bring positive change in the lives of those affected by an acquired brain injury.
Our work is in the service of empowering our clients to live their own lives as fully as possible. We are fully accountable and conscious of our responsibility for the trust our stakeholders place in us. We demonstrate respect for all who meet us in our daily work. We strive for the highest level of integrity in all our activities at all levels in the organisation.
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