Welcome to Headway East Lothian the charity that works to improve life after brain injury
Headway East Lothian aims to support and improve quality of life for people in East Lothian with Acquired Brain Injuries, their families and carers.
We provide adults with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), their families and carers opportunities to access advice, information and resources to help them cope with challenges and remain together as families.
We encourage members to socialise, support each other and share experiences and advice. This involves regular meetings, activity sessions, social events and outings. We offer access to therapeutic activities and workshops aimed at enhancing physical and mental wellbeing. These include music, arts and crafts activities. We help members build coping strategies to help deal with financial stresses.
Through a range of activities, we strive to empower members to manage their own condition and develop confidence in their own abilities. Our service is entirely led by our members, each with unique experiences of living with ABI, which they can offer to the group.
If you would like further information, please contact our
Development Officer, Joyce Cattanach, on 07895193974 or email@example.com
The Bleachingfield Centre, Countess Crescent, Dunbar, EH42 1DX,
Chair, Jim Maryniak – 07920 195743
Treasurer/Acting Secretary, Gordon Wallace – 01875 853491
Trustees Annual Report and AccountsSeptember 25, 2017 · 0 Comments
Headway East Lothian SCIO Scottish Charity SC035535 Click here to view Trustees Annual Report & Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2017.
Prince Harry to launch new Headway initiativeJuly 14, 2017 · 0 Comments
We’re excited to announce that Prince Harry is to launch a new Headway initiative next Thursday! The charity’s Brain Injury Identity Card will help the police identify brain injury survivors and ensure they are given appropriate support when they come into contact with the criminal justice system. Read more about the visit – HRH Prince
Head Injury Information DaysApril 11, 2017 · 0 Comments
Free events for professionals and for people affected by all types of acquired brain injury and head injury, including families and carers. Find out about : The effects of head injury and brain injury different services you can access support and help that is available to you There’s no need to sign up in advance.