Headway West Sussex Support & Information Service
An acquired brain injury (ABI) can have a huge impact on the life of the person with the ABI and their family. Our acquired brain injury Support & Information Service is here to help you find the information you need to live your life after ABI.
What does the service provide?
The Support & Information Service is designed to give information, guidance and signposting. It can also make referrals into other organisations in West Sussex whose services may be of use to you.
Who is the service for?
Anyone living with ABI, whether you have an ABI yourself are living with or caring for someone that does.
Does the service have a charge?
No, the service is free to anyone living in West Sussex.
Is there any criteria for using the service?
You or the person you care for must have a clinically diagnosed ABI.
How do I get in touch?
Initial contact can be made via email or the telephone either by yourself or someone who is supporting you.
My name is Andrew (Baker) I am the new Support and Information Coordinator for Headway West Sussex and I am extending a warm welcome to anyone living with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) and those who care for them.
It is our expressed mission that we should understand that the story of people living with ABI and those who care for them is as varied as the individuals it effects and each of your stories is important and relevant.
Simply dealing with the many multiple problems that people with ABI and those who care for them face with legal, health, housing, family and isolation issues is a huge undertaking and means that many feel a sense of hopelessness in getting things on the right track. We also understand your needs to be understood without judgement where positive possibilities for the future can be achieved.
I extend a warm welcome to get in touch with us and look forward to hearing from you.
Support & Information Coordinator
Telephone: 07467 188500