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Hats for Headway 2022!


Friday 20th May is...Hats for Headway Day! Once a year at the end of Action for Brain Injury (ABI) Week, our supporters come together to help us improve life after brain injury, by donning their wackiest hats. All you have to do to get involved is wear your hat with pride, donate to Headway

Hats for Headway 2022!2022-05-17T16:07:25+01:00

Art Open Day


    As part of the national Headway UK campaign, Action for Brain Injury Week, our clients have been producing wonderful artwork to represent what their brain injury means to them to encompass the theme for this years campaign 'See the Hidden Me'.  The Sunningwell School of Art have been working with our clients to

Art Open Day2022-05-09T15:42:48+01:00

Summer Fun Day 2022


Summer Fun Day! Saturday 18th June 2022 Oxford Wet & Wild, Drayton Rd, Berinsfield, Wallingford OX10 7PQ Headway Oxfordshire's Summer Fun Day will have a range of activities for you to take part in including, Oxford Wet and Wild Aqua Park, paddle boarding, kayaking, Bouncy castle and much more! There will also be many refreshment

Summer Fun Day 20222022-04-21T13:51:18+01:00

Operations Manager


About Headway Oxfordshire Headway Oxfordshire is a charity that works to improve people’s lives post-brain injury and ensure that families and carers are better able to cope within their caring role. Established in 1982, Headway Oxfordshire has over 30 years’ history of supporting those affected by acquired brain injury. We understand just how complex

Operations Manager2022-04-14T14:42:21+01:00

Sahara Trek 2022


17th - 22nd November 2022 Sahara Trek We need you! Challenge yourself this year by trekking the Sahara in aid of Headway Oxfordshire! We have an opportunity of a lifetime for those who seek to challenge themselves this year, or want to tick something off their bucket list! Experience one of the 7 wonders

Sahara Trek 20222022-04-05T11:03:26+01:00

Activity and Rehabilitation Centre (ARC) Refurbishment Update


12th November 2021 - We have made great progress with our ARC refurbishment! We have improved the insulation to the centre, have had new windows fitted as well as new flooring and bi-fold doors in the gym which overlook the garden. These newly improved and added features will immensely enhance the experience of our service

Activity and Rehabilitation Centre (ARC) Refurbishment Update2021-11-12T15:15:41+00:00

Esme Kahlon


Esme Kahlon Activity and Rehabilitation Centre Coordinator   Esme joined Headway Oxfordshire in September 2021. Prior to this, she worked in neurorehabilitation speech and language therapy, and teaching in specialist schools. Esme has a BA (hons) in Special Educational Needs and Inclusion, and is passionate about providing individuals with disabilities equitable and meaningful opportunities. Having

Esme Kahlon2021-09-23T16:09:29+01:00

Georgina Deakin


Georgina Deakin Occupational Therapist Georgie is Headway Oxfordshire’s qualified Occupational Therapist. She brings direct experience in working with adults and young people who have sustained a range of acquired brain injuries. As an Occupational Therapist, she assesses people’s needs in relation to their day to day living and formulates person centred plans to provide solutions

Georgina Deakin2021-07-28T11:59:23+01:00

Wendy Kirby


Wendy Kirby Administration Assistant   Wendy has a B-Ed Degree in Primary Teaching and worked for many years in this role before becoming a School Manager.  Wendy brings a diverse range of skills and experience to the role, including general administration, finance, HR and health & safety as well as event organisation.   Wendy joined HWO

Wendy Kirby2021-07-28T09:07:55+01:00

Sharon Bond


Sharon Bond ABI Navigator Sharon joined Headway Oxfordshire in September 2020, she has a BA in Early Years Education and her background is working in Special Schools. Sharon worked closely with a multi-disciplinary team that included Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech and Language Therapists to support children and young adults with a range

Sharon Bond2021-07-27T10:38:53+01:00


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