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What We Do

We help people who have had a brain injury to rebuild their skills to achieve the best quality of life that they can. We also provide support to families, offer training to other professionals and carry out research. What we do is summed up in this four minute video:

Want to find out more about what we do? Our services section explains all about Headway's services and supports for people with brain injuries and support for family members. We also have a leaflet that explains our services which you can download here or read below using our interactive reader (requires Flash)

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If you need to apply for services or download an application form, find out how to apply here.

Find Out About Brain Injury

If it's just the basics about brain injury you're after, this information page has the answers. We also have a range of factsheets about various aspects of brain injury here. If you're not sure where to start, we have a page offering some useful starting points for those who have been recently injured. If you can't find what you're looking for, we might be able to help you with your question. Contact us with your question.

email or Talk to Us

If you're looking for other help or just want to talk to someone about your options, you can contact our Information and Support service via our contact form or by telephoning us on 1890 200 278.

We also have a factsheet on Services for People Affected by Brain Injury which lists some other organisations that might also be able to help.

Not what you're looking for? - Check our resources section for publications, newsletters and links to other organisations that can help.

Connect with Others

We have a facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/Headway.ie which you can use to interact with our Facebook friends. Our Twitter feed is at http://www.twitter.com/HeadwayIreland .For some first hand accounts of living with brain injury, take a look at our video series Living with Brain Injury or check out our Personal Accounts section.Information graphic

Want to Keep Informed?

Sign up to our eNewsletter for regular updates here

Take a look at our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/Headway.ie

Find us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/Headwayireland

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