Headway Brain Injury Services

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Midlands Dublin SE South Limerick

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Since 1985 Headway has brought positive change to those with brain injury and their carers through a range of services tailored to individual needs. We help people who have been ill or injured to rebuild their skills to achieve the best quality of life that they can. We also provide support to families who have been affected by brain injury. 

Quality Assured and Offering you a Person-Centred Approach

CARF_Seal_180x180 Our services are fully accredited by CARF International for Home and Community and Vocational (Brain Injury Speciality) services for adults. You can  read more about our quality standards here  .



The document below gives you an idea of how we adapt our services to each person's needs.

Download the "Expectations" document in pdf here 

Services for All - our Accessibility Statement RT Clondalkin Service UsersService Users from Headway's Training Programme in Clondalkin

Headway is committed to providing, to the best of our ability, services, procedures, information, facilities, and events, that people of all abilities can understand, and use, as fully as possible. 

We are also committed to working with others in our communities, to improve accessibility for all people, particularly those with hidden disabilities, such as acquired brain injury.

If there is anything particular we can do to make your visit to Headway or your use of this website easier, please let us know . We will do our best to assist you. Information about our website accessibility is here .

Cultural Diversity - Our Commitment

We also aim to provide a service that reflects the diversity of the people whom we serve. We hope to achieve this through fostering a "culturally competent" approach by:

  • Continuously developing an awareness of the concept of cultural competence within Headway,
  • assessing the ethos of our organisation,
  • ensuring effective communication and language access and
  • by reflecting on and respecting cultural diversity in all of our services.

Printed Service Leaflet

You can download a leaflet on our services here or read it below using our interactive reader (requires flash).

Headway Centre Locations

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Find out how to apply and Download Application forms here