Headway West Sussex Social Groups

What does a Headway social group provide?

An opportunity to meet up with other people living with ABI, carers and family members in a social environment.

Who is the service for?
Currently the social groups are only open to those who have attended or who are currently attending our support groups.

Does the service have a charge?
There is no charge to attend the social groups, but you will need to pay for yourself when you are at the group. For example, you will need to pay for your own lunch if the group are meeting for lunch or your own cinema ticket if they are going to see a film.

Do you provide transport?
No, you must make your own way to the group meeting.

Is there any criteria for using the service?
You or the person you care for must have a clinically diagnosed ABI. The social group is run by a volunteer who cannot take responsibility for medications or any personal care.

How do I find out more?
Your Support Group Facilitator will be able to give you the details of the Support Group Volunteer, Paul when you attend the group. You can then contact Paul directly or he will contact you.

How will I know what the group is doing and when?
Paul will let you know about the next social meeting either at the support groups or via phone, text or letter, whatever is best for you and he will also remind you nearer the time.