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Universal Credit is about to go into full service in Oxfordshire and at Headway Oxfordshire we have some concerns about the issues that this will cause for People with Brain injuries and for Headway as an organisation. A key and essential element of our support work (and part of our organisational aims and objectives) is to provide […]
It is with great sadness that we learnt of Dr Elizabeth Rushworth’s passing earlier this month and we would like to say a few words in tribute to her wonderful work over the years in supporting those affected by brain injury. As can be seen in Elizabeth’s obituary (see links below), she was a remarkable […]
Would you like to walk the cross-country course at the SsangYong Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials (13th – 17th September 2017) with a top rider? As part of Headway Oxfordshire’s partnership with the 2017 Blenheim Palace Horse Trials the charity are running exclusive behind the scenes course walks during the event. On the Wednesday, Thursday […]
“Cycling is a fabulous way to keep fit and active. At Headway, we are passionate about promoting safe cycling, while supporting calls to make it safer for people of all ages to take to their bikes and get pedalling.” – Headway UK Watch James Cracknell’s personal appeal “Use Your Head, Use Your Helmet” Headway Oxfordshire […]
“Half of disabled people say they are lonely, and for a quarter this feeling of isolation is present on a typical day. From 10 July – 13 August, Sense will be leading a coalition of disability organisations to shine a spotlight on the issue of loneliness for disabled people and the steps that we can […]