Relationships after Acquired Brain Injury

Many survivors and family members describe changes in their relationships after the injury. They may not hear much from friends, co-workers, and extended family members. Others notice that their phone calls, emails, and letters are left unanswered. Some survivors find themselves feeling alone even when they spend much of their time with family members or friends.

 

Coming to the Headway Talking Group (for survivors) can help to address some of the problems. Listening to others in the same position can make families feel less alone.

The Talking Group for survivors is held at the Headway Preston Activity Day and the Headway Chorley Drop In.

No booking is required.

Psychological effects of brain injury

Main contact: Laura Brown 01772 791460.