Welcome to the new Headwise website! We're pleased to unveil our brand new look and hope you find the site informative and useful.
We welcome all enquiries, please contact us.
Headwise are pleased to release four new leaflets, covering depression, anxiety, pain and irritability after traumatic brain injury. The guides include theory, guidance and exercises for patients to try.
Each leaflet is available to download via our Resources page.
On Thursday 16th November Headwise presented our latest annual conference at the Birmingham offices. A range of talks included 'Historical Brain Injury Cases and What We Can Learn From Them', 'Frontal Paradox' and 'Assessment & Management of Dizziness'. A large delegation of case managers, lawyers, medical professionals, charities, former clients and others attended the event.
We're pleased to release the Headwise entry for the UKABIF Film Award. 'Living with an Acquired Brain Injury' explores the impact of acquired brain injury on 4 people. The film's participants are not seen on camera, allowing them to speak freely and honestly about some of the difficulties and challenges that brain injury can cause. The film was created in partnership with Headway Birmingham and Solihull. The film is now part of the UKABIF Film Award and other entries can be watched on YouTube.