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  1. Headway and Epilepsy Ireland expands #iseebeyond campaign to the workplace Issued 20 Mar 2017 - Nominate your employer for ‘National Hidden Disability Awards 2017’ 21st March 2017: Headway, Brain Injury Services and Support and Epilepsy Ireland have today issued a call for those in the workplace living with a hidden disability to nominate their company in the ‘National Hidden Disability Awards 2017’. ...
  2. Limerick Move Update Issued 6 Mar 2017 - There is a buzz around the training centre in Limerick for the past while and it has got louder since Christmas.  The only thing anybody wants to talk about these days is the new building and the big move. From being under the shadow of ...
  3. News from the Sunny South East Issued 12 Feb 2017 - Here's a brief update on Headway activity in Carlow/Kilkenny, Wexford, Waterford (and Tipp S of course)... by Catherine O'Hare, Information and Support Officer The South East region is a hive of activity at the moment.  There are 3 Carers Support Group running monthly one in ...
  4. Research Project: Family Members Needed Issued 3 Feb 2017 - Family Members - Your opportunity to participate in a study exploring your needsIf you are a family member of an individual with an acquired brain injury, you are invited to take part in an undergraduate research study that is exploring perceptions of the need for health-related ...
  5. Family Members - Your feedback welcome Issued 26 Jan 2017 - Are you a family member of someone with Acquired Brain Injury? If you've had contact with us, we would be delighted to get your feedback about how our service is performing.  If you can spare a few minutes to take our Family Member survey, we'd ...
  6. Energia staff put heads together to raise funds for brain injury Issued 9 Jan 2017 - Year of charity events by Energia raises over €25,000 for Headway Year-long fundraising activities include crisp sandwich day, a 24hr race and Movember 9th January 2016 – The staff of Energia have raised over €25,000 for Headway, Ireland’s leading charity for brain injury.The Energia staff ...
  7. 2016 - our best bits! Issued 22 Dec 2016 - Here's a short video with a slideshow of some highlights from Headway activity around our centres, during 2016! Enjoy!
  8. New Research Demonstrates Need Issued 7 Nov 2016 - The findings of a national study of stroke rehabilitation units show why services like Headway are just so necessary for survivors of stroke in Ireland.  The National Stroke Audit of Rehabilitation Units 2016, a collaboration between the National Stroke Programme and the Irish Heart Foundation, ...
  9. 70% of Parents think Schools and Clubs are not protecting children from Dangers of Concussion Issued 14 Oct 2016 - download the full press release in Word format Ireland’s Top Sports Stars join Headway in Nationwide plea to be #ConcussionAware Tuesday, 18th October 2016: Headway, the brain injury services and support organisation, has teamed up with Ireland’s leading GAA, soccer and rugby player unions to launch ...
  10. Our List of Heroes Issued 27 Sep 2016 - A lot of you have been giving us a lot of help recently. We couldn't do what we do for our service users without your support. You are truly heroes! In no particular order, we would like to say a warm and heartfelt thank you ...
  11. If I had listened to everyone tell me what I can’t do I wouldn’t be where I am today. Issued 8 Sep 2016 - Cork photographer Eddie Hennessy knows what it's like to face a challenge. In yesterday's Cork Evening Echo, Eddie describes how following his stroke, Headway encouraged him to set up and develop his photography business. Now he's been approached by one of the world's top celebrity ...
  12. headwayireland now on Instagram Issued 1 Sep 2016 - For all you social media buffs out there, we are delighted to announce that we have finally joined the Instagram party! See our profile page at www.instagram.com/headwayireland where we would be delighted to see you and have you follow and share our content. EsPecially this ...
  13. "Speak Up" Groups in Blanchardstown Issued 30 Aug 2016 - Speak Up is a conversation group for people living with aphasia that meets in Blanchardstown Library.  The group runs the last Thursday of every month, in Blanchardstown library, 10.30-12.30. It is an opportunity to meet other people with aphasia and to chat.  How do I join?New ...
  14. #iseebeyond campaign increases awareness of hidden disability Issued 8 Aug 2016 - Press Release: #iseebeyond increases awareness of hidden disability within four months of campaign launch (Download Word Version) 41% of people surveyed now have knowledge of a hidden disability Neurological charities Headway, Brain Injury Services
  15. JP Mc Manus Delivers for Headway Limerick Issued 15 Jul 2016 - Press Release: Thursday, 14th July 2016:  Thanks to an incredible gift from Limerick Native JP Mc Manus, Headway received the keys today to their newly acquired building on William Street. The new building, will house eight staff and serve 60 clients and their families . ...
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