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 Support & Information Service is here to help you find the information you need to live your life after ABI.
How can the service help you? Our member of staff will discuss your situation with you and agree with you what would help the most. This can include signposting you to specialist services, assisting you to make contact with them and, where appropriate, accompanying you to meetings or interviews to provide you with support.
We want to help your understanding of brain injury, how and why it may be impacting on everyday life and provide knowledgeable support for managing better day-to-day.
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? Just phone us or send an email, using the contact details below. Our staff work part time hours so do please leave a message if the phone goes to voicemail. We’ll call you back as soon as we can.
Please call us on 07938 858153 or email email@example.com.