Headway Oxfordshire

Headway Oxfordshire

Charity information

Headway Oxfordshire

We support people affected by acquired brain injury (ABI), and their families and carers, across the whole of Oxfordshire. We run a thriving Activity and Rehabilitation Centre, offering a range of neuro therapies, vocational training and peer support. We also provide support in the community, in-reach into local hospitals, raise awareness of ABI, advocate, run preventative programmes and train professionals. We support 400+ people with ABI each year (1000+ including family members and carers).

Founded 1988

  • Mission statement

    Our mission: to provide support services to those in Oxfordshire affected by acquired brain injury (ABI) and to advocate on their behalf; to provide information on brain injury and to promote awareness; and to raise funds in support of those living with the effects of ABI.

  • Aims

    Headway Oxfordshire aims to:

    • ensure that anyone affected by acquired brain injury (ABI) has prompt access to specialist and personalised support, and that this support continues for as long as it is needed;
    • promote rehabilitation, independence and inclusion; improve quality of life; and maximise each individual's potential;
    • increase awareness of acquired brain injury and fight discrimination;
    • reduce the number of incidences of traumatic ABI by running preventative educational programmes and campaigns;
    • advocate for better care and treatment for those in Oxfordshire with ABI.
  • Overview

    Established: April 1988

    Registered Charity Number: 1156538

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 8

    Part time staff: 8

    Volunteers: 7

    Phone number: 01865 326263

    Address: 4 Bagley Wood Road OX1 5PL

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