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Loueze Miller Announced Winner of Leadership Award

2020-11-06T10:20:05+00:00

Loueze Miller Announced Winner of Leadership Award On Friday 6th November, Loueze Miller was announced the winner of the Leadership Award in the 2020 Oxfordshire Care Awards.  The awards that is part of Adult Social Care Provider week, taking place 2nd - 6th November, and aims to recognise and celebrate individuals, organisations, and companies

Loueze Miller Announced Winner of Leadership Award2020-11-06T10:20:05+00:00

Covid-19 Fundraising Appeal | Help us to help others

2020-10-28T13:58:54+00:00

Help us to help others: Covid-19 Fundraising Appeal Coronavirus has changed all of our lives. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to the postponement and cancellation of all of our upcoming fundraising events. This is having a huge impact on our services. We desperately need your help. DONATE NOW START FUNDRAISING SHOP   Many of our

Covid-19 Fundraising Appeal | Help us to help others2020-10-28T13:58:54+00:00

Wolf Run 2021

2020-12-18T12:21:54+00:00

Saturday 17th April Fresh trails and thick mud awaits with a mix of new and classic obstacles to test/thrill you. Spring Wolf kicks off the season and it's the perfect event to train for after the winter break. We have created the ultimate 10km route over the 1000 acre site which boasts some great natural features and stunning

Wolf Run 20212020-12-18T12:21:54+00:00

Donate to build a Sensory Rehabilitation Garden

2020-11-05T11:00:00+00:00

Sensory Rehabilitation Garden Project Headway Oxfordshire has officially launched the Sensory Rehabilitation Garden project. It has been a project that we have been wanting to carry out for years. Our Activity and Rehabilitation centre has a garden, which is not currently used to its full potential, which is a real shame. What difference

Donate to build a Sensory Rehabilitation Garden2020-11-05T11:00:00+00:00

Action for Brain Injury Week | Bob Bailey

2020-09-30T10:05:21+01:00

Bob Bailey “At the time this was very upsetting and frustrating that I could no longer work". Bob Bailey, 71, from Oxford always loved planting vegetables in his allotment, and it became a lifetime hobby. But after a car accident, he now suffers from short-term memory loss and forgets names. In 2009, Bob was on

Action for Brain Injury Week | Bob Bailey2020-09-30T10:05:21+01:00

Action for Brain Injury Week | Alun Tyler

2020-10-01T12:56:47+01:00

Alun Tyler "I was rushed to hospital and doctors had said I was close to death". Alun Tyler, 62, fell and banged his head which caused a brain injury that left him with severe headaches, speech difficulties and unable to walk without a Zimmer frame. Alun had worked as a Waste Collector for over 20

Action for Brain Injury Week | Alun Tyler2020-10-01T12:56:47+01:00

Action for Brain Injury Week | Gavin Smith

2020-09-29T15:11:50+01:00

Gavin Smith "I didn't recognised the girl who I was living with or my family. It was terrifying".  When Gavin Smith awoke from his coma, he didn't recognise his girlfriend, his friends or family and didn't realised he'd been in hospital for 3 months. Gavin, 49, had sustained a traumatic brain injury while riding home

Action for Brain Injury Week | Gavin Smith2020-09-29T15:11:50+01:00

Action for Brain Injury Week: A campaign to remember

2020-10-01T12:53:55+01:00

28th September – 4th October One of the most common concerns from brain injury survivors contacting the Headway UK helpline or posting on social media, is the profound impact that memory problems can have on their lives and relationships post brain injury. Memory problems after a brain injury can be life changing and are

Action for Brain Injury Week: A campaign to remember2020-10-01T12:53:55+01:00

Fraudsters pose as Headway on door-to-door collection

2020-09-14T14:00:17+01:00

Headway The Brain Injury Association has reported new cases of attempted fraud in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Surrey. Individuals have been knocking on doors in the regions and claiming they work for Headway in an attempt to collect donations for “their brain injured child”. Jamie Miller, CEO of Headway Oxfordshire, made an official statement and said

Fraudsters pose as Headway on door-to-door collection2020-09-14T14:00:17+01:00
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