Headway Hurstwood Park
Rebuilding lives after brain injury
The Mayor of Brighton and Hove Councillor Lynda Hyde visited the independent charity Headway Hurstwood Park this week at their centre in Newick, which provides services for people with Acquired Brain Injuries. She met Chief Executive Michele Fleming, the professional care team and charity trustees, to learn how the organisation helps local people across East Sussex, Brighton & Hove to rebuild their lives after the devastating effects of a brain Injury.
Rehabilitation and training
Headway specialises in highly effective interventions to help people return to daily life after brain injury providing tailored programmes of neuro-rehabilitation with access to physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy. They have excellent on-site facilities including a gym. A range of re-ablement activities are offered such as vocational training, art, pottery, photography, woodwork and horticulture amongst other actvities. The community-based Outreach services also supports individuals with their recovery at home and in their local communities.
Find out about Headway
You can find out more about work and services offered by Headway Hurstwood Park you can visit their website here.